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Does Lorazapam Show Up The Same As Xanax On A Drug Test

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Fiasco 2 Says:
 
I went to my doctor today to get my scripts refilled and he gave me a drug test to check my levels? I am prescribed .25 mg of Xanax 3 xs daily and 150 mgs of Effexor daily and methadone. My question is I ran out of Xanax and took lorazapam instead will the lorazapam show up as the same thing as Xanax .

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Verwon Says:
 
It depends on the type of test he uses. There are some basic tests that just check for the presence of Benzodiazepines and if that's the one he uses, then since they are both in the same drug family, that's all that it would show.

However, they are both different drugs, Xanax contains Alprazolam and Lorazepam is the generic for Ativan, so a test that looks for the specific metabolites would show exactly what you took.

Learn more Xanax details here.

Learn more Lorazepam details here.

When will you get the results?

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joey Says:
 
If I took lorazepam would it come back the same as oxycodone in a drug test?

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Eddy Says:
 
No Joey as they are different medications. For either drug you would need a valid script for your drug screen!

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andy Says:
 
does Xanax show up the same on a drug test as ativan

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jes Says:
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They don't. Xanax shows diazepam and valiums, I know, shows lorazapam.

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christy Says:
 
Hey my name is christy, did u get ur test results back? give me a call if u want {edited for privacy}. I would like to talk to you if you want to talk.

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Mich Says:
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Will ativan and Xanax show up as the same thing on a basic urine screen

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