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14 Panel Urine Drug Test

Our 14-Panel Urine Drug Test picks up Tramadol and Demerol, plus all the drugs detected by our 12-panel Test. Anyone with possible access to these narcotics, such as staff of hospitals or veterinarians, should be tested for these drugs.

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Excellent, excellent service has been provided many times from your company. I never have a very long hold time, but mostly don't ever have to wait, your representatives are super fast on the phone, efficient, polite, registration is received very quickly, and the test results are received unbelievably fast. From start to finish, I give a 5. I use the services for post offer drug screens but from all areas of the United States. It would take me forever to locate test facilities in areas I am not in or familiar with. Excellent service for a fair price!
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What Drugs Are Detected in a 14-Panel Urine Drug Test?

list of drugs detected by a 14 panel urine drug test

What drugs does the 14 Panel drug test test for?


THC and Cannabinoids are included in the marijuana family, so they are included in the 14-Panel Drug Test. Other commonly used slang terms for marijuana include herb, grass, weed, bud, Mary Jane, ganja, and pot. Because Marijuana is legal in some states, it is recommended that testing for this drug be removed if the individual being tested resides in one of those states.  Learn more about Marijuana


This powerful and addictive drug is a stimulant. Originally from South America, it is made from the leaves of the coca plant. Some of the street/slang names for cocaine include blow, snow, nose candy, and coke. Cocaine can also be transformed into “crack” or “freebase.” In this form, the drug is crystallized and smoked. Learn more about Cocaine.


This is a synthetic substance that is an addictive and mood-altering drug. It affects the central nervous system and is used legally as a prescription drug to treat conditions such as ADD, ADHD, and narcolepsy, with prescription stimulants that include Ritalin, Adderall, and Dexedrine. Illegally, Amphetamines are used as recreational drugs, going under varying names such as crystal meth, meth, blue, and ice. Other drugs that fall into this drug category are Molly, MDMA, and Ecstasy. Learn more about this testing below. Learn more about Amphetamines.

Basic Opiates

There are 3 drugs included in the basic opiates on the 14-Panel Drug Test: Heroin, Morphine, and Codeine. The most addictive and most dangerous one those three is Heroin. Some people begin using Heroin following dependency on opioid pain meds such as Vicodin and OxyContin. Learn more about Opiates.


Also known as angel dust and PCP, some of the side effects include blurred vision, nausea, violence, and suicidal thoughts. This strong, highly addictive drug can create schizophrenic-like behaviors such as feelings of paranoia, anxiety, invincibility, and psychoses. PCP was initially created as a surgical anesthetic in the mid-1900s, but was subsequently taken off the market because of adverse side effects. Learn more about PCP.


Valium and Xanax are the most commonly known Benzodiazepines. Others include Ativan, Klonopin, and Librium. As prescription medications, they are used most often to treat anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, and seizures. It is important to know if a patient is using this prescribed medication while undergoing a drug test so as to avoid any false positives.  

Learn more about Benzodiazepines


This central nervous system depressant is also known as muscle relaxers and is used to treat seizures, headaches, and insomnia. Barbiturates peaked in popularity in the 1970s, but are not as widely prescribed today due to their highly addictive nature. Learn more about Barbiturates


When used for medical purposes, this legally prescribed opiate is prescribed for pain relief or drug addiction detox. For the latter, its purpose is to reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with opiate addiction for up to 36 hours. For pain relief, however, its results don’t last as long, which can lead to patients increasing their own dosages and unintentionally becoming addicted. While the drug stays active for up to 36 hours, the pain relief effects fade much quicker. Learn more about Methadone


This is a narcotic cough suppressant and pain reliever in the same family as Codeine and Hydrocodone, but weaker. This drug is successful at dulling mild and moderate pain but doesn’t eliminate it entirely. It was removed from the market in 2010 due to safety and health risk concerns. Learn more about Propoxyphene


Also known by the street name “Quaaludes,” this drug is considered to be a sedative and brings about a deep state of relaxation. Methaqualone is known to have profound depressive effects on the central nervous system. It functions by lowering chemical levels in the brain and nervous system. Quaaludes were outlawed in the U.S. in 1984. Learn more about Methaqualone.

Expanded Amphetamines MDMA/6AM (Ecstasy, Molly)

As mentioned above, Amphetamines are mood-altering, addictive drugs. The 14-Panel Drug Test includes drugs known by the street names MDMA, 6AM, Ecstasy, and Molly.

Expanded Opiates

This test includes Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, and Oxymorphone.

Hydrocodone This opioid pain medication is highly addictive. May Hydrocodone addicts go on to use Heroin to fuel their addiction.

Hydromorphone This opioid is considered to be a narcotic and is typically used to treat chronic pain most often associated with injury, burns, cancer, or surgery.

Oxycodone This highly addictive opioid pain medication is used to treat pain. 

Oxymorphone Also intended to be a pain relieving medication, this drug is also highly addictive. 


This opioid is a strong medication intended for pain relief but is highly addictive. It is also often referred to as Meperidine.


This drug is used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is commonly sold under the brand names Conzip and Ryzolt.

How Far Back Does This Test Go

Health Street’s urine drug tests look at usage in the past week, but metabolisms vary, as do types of drugs, so this is not a hard and fast rule as some would believe. If you want to look at drug use over a longer period of time, our hair follicle drug tests start checking at about a week prior, and go all the way back to around 90 days. The most comprehensive approach is to do both urine and hair, thereby checking both the current week as well as the past three months.

Drug Detection Times for a 14-Panel Urine Drug Test

Drug Name Urine Hair
Amphetamines 3-7 days 90 Days
Marijuana 30 Days 90 Days
Cocaine 3-7 days 90 Days
Methadone 3-7 days 90 Days
Opiates 3-7 days 90 Days
Benzodiazepines 3-7 days 90 Days
Methaqualone 3-7 days 90 Days

This chart is to be used solely as a guideline as to how long a drug would stay in one’s system. In general, the detection window for a 14-Panel Urine Drug Test goes back a week. Factors such as how long the person has been taking the drug, the amount of drug used, and also the person’s metabolism can have an effect on how long the drug stays in the system. Hair follicle tests are used to detect repeat usage over an extended period of time rather than single usage, so use these in conjunction with a urine test for best results.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is a 14-Panel Urine Drug Test performed?

This is a lab test; the person being tested comes to one of our clinics for professional specimen collection. Health Street has over 5000 drug test locations nationwide. Appointments are not necessary, but you do need to register in advance. Results for this screen are available in a day or two, if it’s negative. Otherwise, non-negatives are re-tested using a GC/MS confirmation method, which takes about a week. Anyone whose confirmation test comes back non-negative will have a chance to talk to our doctor (MRO) about any prescriptions that they might be taking. Legally prescribed medications taken consistent with the doctor’s directions will yield a negative result on the report.

How long does it take to get results of a 14-Panel Urine Drug Test?

With a negative test result, 14-Panel Urine Drug Tests typically come back the next business day, but can take longer in some cases. If the screening is not negative, further testing is required. Our lab will run a GC/MS confirmation test on all non-negative results, which provides an official, quantitative measurement of the level of drugs in the system. Confirmation testing takes approximately 3 to 5 days.

How long Tramadol stay in your system?

The detection window for tramadol in the 14-Panel Urine Drug Test is approximately 2 to 4 days. 

Does alcohol show up on the 14-Panel Drug Test?

The 14-Panel Drug Test does not automatically test for alcohol. However, the individual ordering the test can add a standard alcohol test to the EtG alcohol urine test

Does Methadone show up on the 14-Panel Drug Test?

Yes, Methadone will show up on a 14-Panel Drug Test if the person used it within the detection window.

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