Can The Combination Of Adderall And Suboxone And Clonaze Cause A False Positive On Drug Test

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mags Says:

can the combination of these 3 medications cause a false positive for cocaine, adderall suboxone and clonaze

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Verwon Says:

No, none of the medications you listed are known to cause false positives for Cocaine.


Were you taking anything else, even over the counter items?

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mags Says:

yes, milk thistle and omega 3 fish oil and avelox

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Verwon Says:

Mags, the Avelox more than likely gives you your answer. It contains Moxifloxacin, an antibiotic and many in this class are known to cause false positives for cocaine.


Is there anything else I can help with?

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mags Says:

how can i prove it

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trootie13 Says:

Always share with ur doctors or any place u go for care..especially if they take urine or blood for testing all ur medications !!! (Even herbals, supplements, vitamins..etc) that cud help ya out here..especially if u have a paper trail like ur doctors to go back on..or just show em the bottle I guess..dont know if that helps any

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stacks Edwards Says:
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About a month or so ago took 10 30mg Adderall and I also take zubsolv which is basically the generic suboxone & nuvigil the latter two I have scripts for just wondering how they are going to show up on my armpit hair drug tes???

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Opiophile Says:

hair follicle testing shows everything you have done for the past 90 days (at least 90 days). there is no way around it. the hair shampoo and all that stuff is crap and a waste of money. i used to get hair tested once every 3 months or so ~ 90 days. but im not sure how soon after you use a drug they can find it in the hair, because the follicle has to grow out. if u cut your hair, they will take some of your armpit hairs, or your pubes, or you ass hair.

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