• If you have a prescription for the medication you're using, then the fact that they'll show up in a drug test can be excused. Whether they believe you can perform the job while on such medication is another question, but the drug test shouldn't be an issue as long as you have written documentation.
  • Most Urine Drug screens only screen for Opiates at the 2000 ng/mL cut off level. Oxycodone has to be tested at 300 ng/mL to detect and it is a seperate test from general opiates.
  • The real question is, why are you worried about it? If as said you have a script for the drug, then why not just inform them you are on the medication? Life sure is simpler if you are honest about it in the first place. And just think you wouldn't have to worry about such things.

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