Does Tamiflu Cause A Posative For Thc

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Jimmy Says:

Would tamiflu 75 mg cause a posative for THC .?

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Derk Says:

I wouldnt think so,but idk lol. where did you get that idea?

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David Says:


I have to agree with Derk, as I could not locate any specific details or reviews stating that this drug is known for causing a false positive for THC.

Did you have any cannabis within the past 90 days prior to your test? If so, a hair test may be able to detect it. I'd also question whether or not you had any other types of medications recently, as there are some other drugs out there that could potentially bring about a false positive for it.

I hope this info helps!

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