How Long Does Zetran Stay in Your System?
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As is the case with other drugs that have diazepam as an active ingredient, Zetran has a relatively long half-life. The half-life of any substance refers to the time it takes for half the substance to be eliminated from the system. With Zetran, the half-life can vary from 30 to 56 hours. It can take around ten days for all traces of Zetran to leave the system. This doesn’t include the metabolites left behind following the use of Zetran. The active metabolites in diazepam have a half-life of up to 100 hours. If someone were to take a urine test, diazepam could potentially show up for anywhere from 5 to 7 days. In someone who is a long-term misuser of diazepam, it can show up in urine screens for four to six weeks. In a long-term misuser, a blood test would be able to show diazepam use for even longer. Hair follicle tests aren’t often done, but diazepam can show in one of these screens for up to 90 days.
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Taking other substances at the same time as Zetran can influence how long it stays in the system of the person taking the substances. For example, diazepam is metabolized mainly by two specific enzymes. If someone were to mix diazepam with something else that influences the function of these enzymes, it could affect the elimination of the diazepam. One example of a drug that inhibits the same enzymes as Zetran is Prozac.
If you have questions, or a loved one is struggling with Zetran or other benzodiazepines, please contact The Recovery Village. We offer specialized detox and treatment programs for benzos, as well as other substances.