September 5th, 2011
Okay, so you did a little speed, amphetamines, ice, crystal, black beauties or whatever you want to call it. You cleaned the whole house, arranged all of your recipes alphabetically, written out all of your Christmas cards in September, changed the oil in your car and all of that only took about an hour. Now What? Oh yeah, you’ve got to take a drug screen for work. Uh Oh! Do you know how long the amphetamines will stay in your system? Will you be able to pass your test? What kind of test will it be? All of these questions are racing around in your head along with a million other thoughts.
If you are required to take a urinalysis the chances are that the metabolites from the amphetamines will still be present in your urine from one day to up to one week depending on your history of usage, your body weight and your metabolism. Other factors involved in the presence of the amphetamines in your system include: a person’s age, the amount of amphetamines consumed, and even how it was ingested (i.e. injected, swallowed, inhaled, or smoked).
Using amphetamines is a dangerous proposition since it can lead to irreversible health and mental problems and can also lead to addiction. If you find yourself continually dependent on amphetamines then you have a problem and need to detox from them immediately in order to avoid serious problems down the road. Now back to the problem at hand. If you think that the amphetamines are going to show in your urine sample then you should look into getting a detox drink or some detox pills to prevent your sample from testing positive for the amphetamine metabolites.
(To Be Continued)