How Long Is Nicotine Detectable in Your System?

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Nicotine stays in the body for about three to four days, before it can be detected, but traces of nicotine can be detected in a urine blood test after 15 to 20 days. A nicotine blood test can detect even the slightest traces of nicotine, although the liver detoxifies the body regularly and will slowly remove the toxins from the blood. A nicotine hair test is the most accurate, as it can detect traces of nicotine even after 30 to 90 days of smoking.
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1. Perform a urine test. While nicotine disappears quickly from the body, a by-product of its use called cotinine is detectable in the urine for approximately four days after the
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Regular nicotine usage should be flushed out in urine form in 24 hours. It can be detected by a blood sample for a month, or longer. Drinking a lot of water may help.
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If you take meager amounts of the toxic drug or if you are in the
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It depends if you are a chronic smoker or occasional smoker. It also depends what type of testing is being done. Most tests detect a nicotine metabolite called cotinine. Cotinine
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