Yes. OxyContin is a narcotic and will show up on standard 5 panel drug tests. Common type of drug tests used to detect OxyContin here.
Yes, you can die from OxyContin. More on Oxy overdose and other risks/dangers of taking this pain medication here.
Percocet only stays in your system for a couple of days. Learn more about Percocet detection windows for blood, hair, and urine tests here.
Is snorting Tramadol effective? How is snorting different than taking Tramadol orally? Do you get high snorting Tramadol? More Q & A about snorting Tramadol, plus info on dangers and effects here.
Tramadol doesn’t stay in your system very long – a day or two for most users. However, some techniques, particularly hair testing, can reveal past Tramadol use. More on Tramadol detection here.
It is difficult to say. How much oxycodone is too much depends upon your exposure to opioids and opiates, as well as the type of oxycodone you take (controlled release vs. immediate release). More on the variables which can cause oxycodone toxicity here.
What’s more effective – snorting hydrocodone or taking hydrocodone orally? Does snorting hydrocodone get you high? What are the dangers of snorting hydrocodone and can they be avoided? More on hydrocodone effects when snorted here.
Hydrocodone doesn’t stay in your system long. Blood and urine tests probably won’t pick up hydrocodone if it’s been several days since last use. More on the detection window and drug testing for hydrocodone here.
Xanax can stay in your system for weeks, sometimes over a month. More information on the half life of Xanax, as well as blood and urine detection times, here.
Yes. You can die from taking Valium. Valium is a nervous system depressant. Taking too much Valium can result in overdose or death. Plus, driving or operating machines on Valium can lead to serious accidents. More on Valium dangers and treatment here.