Can Azo Cause A False Positive For Benzodiazepine On A Drug Test

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Mama Says:


My daughter takes two different urinary tract relief meds. Both are AZO and another generic that does the same thing (assist in relief of urinary tract pain). She has also taken the cranberry tablets.

Do these cause positive lab results for benzodiazepines?



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Yes..It happened to me a few weeks ago and I was so embarrassed.. but they sent it on to a lab for further testing and figured out it was Azo..Still embarrassing. .and I also had to wait days love her to start my new job

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