Do Uti Medications Show Up As False Positives For Other Drugs In A Urinaylsis

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Do urinary tract infection medicines such as sulfamax show up as other drugs in a urinaylsis test



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I passed two at home drug test for meth will I pass the one at the treatment center i used the same urine sample on all. Also the pink lines on both were very very faint

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