Oxycet How Long Does It Stay in Your System?
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- 1. What is Oxycet?
- 2. How Long Does Oxycet Stay in Your System?
- 3. Oxycet Prescription Facts
- 4. Oxycet Regulations
- 5. Most Commonly Abused Drugs Containing Oxycet
- 6. How Oxycet Affects the Brain and Body
- 7. Half-Life of Oxycet
- 8. Factors That Influence How Long Oxycet Stays In Your System
- 9. How Long Does Oxycet Stay in Your Urine, Hair, and Blood?
Oxycet is a pain-relieving medication prescribed to patients who are experiencing moderate to severe pain. Oxycet successfully reduces pain because it can stimulate opioid receptors in the brain. By doing this, patient discomfort is decreased and the tolerance for pain is increased.
Using Oxycet may produce side effects. Common side effects of Oxycet, which do not require medical attention in most cases, include lightheadedness, dizziness, sedation, euphoria, dysphoria, rash, itching, nausea, and vomiting. Drowsiness, constipation, and spasms of the ureter which can lead to difficulty urinating are also possible but far less common. These less serious side effects should go away as the body adjusts to the medication. If they do not go away or get worse, promptly notify your doctor.
You should tell your doctor right away if you notice the following serious side effects after using Oxycet: severe reduction in blood pressure, shock, seizures, paralytic ileus, serious allergic reactions, and severe skin reactions. Oxycet can depress the respiratory system and should be taken with caution by elderly patients and those with lung diseases.
This is not a complete list of Oxycet side effects -if you believe that you are experiencing a side effect of the medication that is not listed above, call your doctor for more information.
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- American adults aged 40 years and older are more likely to use prescription opioids than those between the ages of 20 and 39.
- Women are more likely to use prescription opioids than their male counterparts.
- Non-Hispanic white Americans have the highest rate of opioid use.
The amount of time that Oxycet can be detected in your system depends on which type of test you are given. Estimates as to how long Oxycet can be found in your urine, hair, and blood include the following:
- Urine: Oxycet can be found in your urine up to one day after its last use.
- Hair: Hair follicles will contain traces of Oxycet for up to 90 days after its last use.
- Blood: Oxycet will be undetectable in your blood samples after one day of its last use.
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