Hydrocodone, known colloquially as hydro, is a drug of the opioid class derived from codeine which is primarily used to treat moderate to severe pain. It may also be used as a cough suppressant, albeit less frequently.
Hydrocodone has an elimination half-life of around 3 hours 48 minutes, thus it is expected to be removed from the system 20 hours 54 minutes after you take the last dose.
This timeframe, however, is subject to variance depending on the following factors:
How long does hydrocodone stay in your urine, blood, saliva and hair follicle
|Urine test||3-4 days|
|Blood||Up to 24 hours|
|Saliva||Up to 2 ays|
|Hair follicle||Up to 90 days|
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