I quit smoking cigarettes today and I have a cotine test on Friday. I'm not sure if it's urine or saliva. Do you think I will pass?

Cotinine testing. Cotinine testing is usually done on blood but can also be done on urine and saliva. The level of cotinine depends on the amount of nicotine consumed, and the rate metabolised (this varies from person to person). It can take more than 2 weeks after stopping smoking for blood levels to drop to normal and several weeks more for urine levels to drop.

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