Can Atrovent Hfa Inhaler Cause A False Positive For Benadryl In Urine Tests?

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lonely Says:

I tested positive for Benadryl via a urine test, but I have never taken this drug. I was accused of taking it and try as I might, I was not trusted. I had a habit of using a lot of Gravol, for nausea and vomiting, along with Tylenol 1s (we can get this drug over the counter here in Canada). Because of taking large doses of it, I now have brain damage. It had gone on for decades. In 1986, I was in an abusive Worker's Compensation place. It has since been investigated and closed, but not before I was traumatized. I started smoking again and discovered the wonderful world of Percocet. I would have an addiction for twenty-five years.

So, it's not difficult to see why I am closely moderated and have urine tests on a regular basis. I've been clean for a year and a half, but my urine sample revealed a recent use of Benadryl yesterday. I have never used this medication. However, I have inhalers for asthma---Ventolin and Atrovent. I hadn't taken the Atrovent for many months and I was wondering if these inhalers could cause the same, or similar false readings for Benadryl? I hope it is, because there's nothing worse than being accused of something and you're innocent.

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Mr Clean Says:
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I don't understand is benadryl illegal in Canada? Why would they even test for that?

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Heather Says:
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Gravol is a high dose if the same drug in bendryl. So on gravol you would test positive to bendryl

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