Albuterol False Positive Drug Test

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Snapshot2 Says:


My fiance used abuterol for years, and I know used it as needed as prescribed by the physician, he used it well more than advised and never once had a false positive. He had severe asthma, was on two types of inhalers, two types of medicine for nebulizer plus oral medication. I know he was tested several times a month, not one positive result.



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James Says:
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If you want to see a false positive result, try using Albuterol (specifically Ventolin) within a 24 Hr period with a professional drug test. The fact that people do raise the question while people have had false positives such as with benzo's like oxzepam and the Dr.'s say there is no record for it to try to make it sound like Albuterol has lesser flaws to it then it does. This does not mean it will not show up as a false positive on a good drug test within a 24 Hr period.

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Ang Says:
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I just had a positive drug test I don't take anything so I am on ventolin and flovent once a year maybe.. and I have weekly tests done and I just tested positive for benzos. I do believe it is the flovent and ventolin mix or maybe that with combo of my insulin or high sugars idk but I got mad at Dr. And said to send it to the lab so time will tell...

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Icemann Says:
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I've been on Albuterol for 4 years and haven't once tested positive for anything. No amphetamine has shown up in a urinalysis.

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Jess81 Says:
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My fiancé has failed his drug test a few times for opiates and he hasn't done anything?! Can the albuterol inhaler cause this? Please get back to me!

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