Does Toothache Medication Affect The Urine Test Results?
Basically, a urine test is done to detect the presence or absence of narcotic and psychotropic substances in a person's body. These substances have different half-lives. Depending on the dose used, when was the last time used, the routine of using it, and the condition of a person's body. These substances can survive in the body from a few days to several months.
Consumption of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, and analgesics should not change the results of urine tests. Except when the analgesics consumed are opioid groups, such as morphine. Opioid drugs can produce positive urine test results for narcotics. But if there is no drug consumed containing opioids, then the urine test should not be positive. In addition, the drugs you consume must be prescribed by a doctor, except mild analgesics. Do not take antibiotics and anti-inflammatory sporadically without doctor's advice. Habits like that make antibiotic resistant bacteria. Solve your dental problems by consulting a dentist.
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