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Zevcer

Will THC show up in my blood/urine if I'm being tested for diabetes?

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Zevcer

I'm a heavy marijuana user. Will THC show up in my blood/urine if I'm being tested for diabetes by my doctor?

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adiantum

No, thats a different test & I think done through your saliva.

Diabetes testing shows up the blood glucose in your system &  often includes cholesterol.

If you get to take  home the lab referral itemizing the tests the doctor wants done for you to take it to the lab,

just google each direction or  list them here & someone will explain the jargon.

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Zevcer

Okay thanks, so no traces of marijuana will be found in my blood because they aren't testing for it? And if they were to find something would they show my parents (I'm 15)

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adiantum

I dont know for sure if any is in the blood but its certainly not in the  diabetes testing

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adiantum

Non judgmental advice from a grandmother... Please dont touch the harder stuff.

 

Waves to OneEye :D

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meyery2k

If this is a typical urine/lab bloodwork, they are not looking for THC or other drug byproducts.  That requires specialized testing.

 

They will report on your blood count (red and white blood cells), glucose, sodium, potassium, kidney and liver enzymes/proteins

 

The urine is similar testing.

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