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clonazepam false positive drug test
I go to a methadone clinic, a nurse forced drug screen showed positive for xanax and clonazepam metoolites. I have not taken klonopin for two years, the clinic is adament that I had to have taken it,, and I am 100% sure I did not. My Meds are methadone, xanax, lamictal, diovan, celexa, synthroid, amatriptaline, ambien, compazine. My over the counter meds are, nyquil (migraine treatment along with the compazine) calcium, prenatal vitamin, B12, D3. please help, my take home status will be revoked, and I know I didn't do it.. ## Ok update. They claim that the drug company again tested down the urine and the same results showed. My urine sample was 14 days old at time of second test down, could that effect the outcome. ## My methadone clinic just did the same thing. Im prescribed Xanax ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Clonazepam.
Fri, Mar 21 '14, 2:56 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 249954
Positive result for a drug I never ever used
My mom did a urine drug test on me at home. I currently take suboxone to get off of prescription pain killers which I have been addicted to for 12 years. I am also taking klonopin for anxiety but nothing else. The test showed that I was positive for opiates which I assumed I would be because of the suboxone, but I was also positive for methamphetamine's which I have never done in my lifetime. What would of caused that to be a positive result? ## Yes, the Buprenorphine in the Suboxone can cause a false positive for Oxycodone, which is probably why the opiates showed up. However, neither it nor the Klonopin are known to cause false positives for Methamphetamine. Have you taken anything else? Even over the counter products? ## I too am subscribed suboxone. Urinalysis every appointment.... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Suboxone.
Fri, Mar 30 '12, 6:17 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 220136


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