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Drugs of Abuse - Urine: 6 Drugs

The Drugs of Abuse urine test is a common screening method used to detect the presence of various illicit drugs in a person’s system. This particular test screens for six specific drugs: opiates, phencyclidine (PCP), cocaine, marijuana, amphetamine, and barbiturates. It is often used in employment screenings, drug rehabilitation programs, or in legal settings. The test analyzes a urine sample for metabolites of these drugs, which are substances produced when the body processes (or metabolizes) them.


  • Test Name Drugs of Abuse - Urine: 6 Drugs
  • Sample Type Urine
  • Preparations Required Avoid excessive fluid intake before the test, as it may dilute the urine sample.
  • Report Time 6 hours

Opiates: Opiates are a class of drugs derived from the opium poppy plant. They are used medically for pain relief but are also abused for their euphoric effects. Common opiates include morphine, codeine, and heroin.

PCP (Phencyclidine): PCP is a dissociative drug that alters perception, mood, and consciousness. It can cause hallucinations and, in some cases, violent behavior.

Cocaine: Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug. It increases alertness and energy and produces a feeling of euphoria. However, it can also raise blood pressure and heart rate to dangerous levels.

Marijuana: Marijuana is derived from the cannabis plant. The psychoactive component in marijuana is THC, which affects perception and mood.

Amphetamine: Amphetamine is a stimulant that affects the central nervous system. It is used in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy but is also abused recreationally.

Barbiturates: Barbiturates are sedative medications that are used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders. They are also used for medical anesthesia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This test is performed to determine if an individual has used any of the six drugs it screens for. It can be part of employment screenings, legal requirements, or monitoring for drug rehabilitation programs.

A urine sample is collected in a clean container. The sample is then sent to a laboratory where it is analyzed for the presence of the metabolites of the six drugs.

The detection window varies for each drug. Generally, marijuana can be detected for up to 30 days, opiates for 2-7 days, cocaine for 2-4 days, PCP for 7-14 days, amphetamines for 2-5 days, and barbiturates for 2-15 days.

A positive test indicates that the person has used one or more of the drugs. Depending on the context in which the test was ordered (e.g. employment, legal, or rehabilitation), there may be consequences or requirements for further assessment or intervention.

Yes, some medications and substances can cause a false positive. It’s important to inform the healthcare provider or testing authority of any prescription or over-the-counter medications being taken.

Attempts to adulterate or tamper with a urine sample, such as adding substances to the urine, are usually detectable by the testing lab.

Generally, passive exposure to drugs at social levels is unlikely to cause a positive test result. However, in cases of extreme exposure, it might be possible.

This depends on the laws and regulations in your area. Some places allow individuals to request their own tests, while in other cases, a healthcare provider’s order may be necessary.

The reliability of the results can be very high. However, false positives can occur. Confirmatory testing can be done to ensure the accuracy of positive results.

If you believe that your test result is inaccurate, it’s important to discuss this with the healthcare provider or authority that ordered the test. Confirmatory testing or retesting may be recommended.

Understanding the Drugs of Abuse urine test and its implications is important. This test serves various purposes, including maintaining safe work environments, ensuring compliance with legal requirements, and supporting rehabilitation efforts. It is crucial to approach this test with honesty and openness with healthcare providers, and to understand the potential consequences of the results. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse or addiction, it is important to seek help from a healthcare professional.

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