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    Can cocaine enter your system through kissing
    An_246162 posted:
    Hi there,

    I don't think my last post went through, so I am trying again.

    Firstly, I am not a drug user of any kind. My question stems from the fact that a few days ago I made out with an individual who had used cocaine (inhaled through the nose) earlier. No, I was not aware of this at the time.

    This was Saturday night, and Monday around 6pm I had to take a pre-employment drug screen. I'm freaking out that there is a possibility any trace of the drug could show up in my urine test?

    From what I've been able to find online it seems this is "unlikely" but a professional opinion would help calm my nerves.

    Thank you

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