False Positive Test For Benzos

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Tony Says:


Somebody Please HELP!!!!!!!!!! I was once so hooked on oxycontin and heroin that I would do around 5 80mg oxys a day. I have kids so I tried a methadone clinic 2 years ago. Proud to say I'm a father again and haven't touched the stuff at all since. My problem is: A month ago when I was sick my mom (who got me started on oxy's and hate the clinic like you wouldn't believe...I know great mom!!) woke me and said here take these Tylenol's which I did and turns out I took two valium....I then a couple weeks later get called in for a urine test at the clinic. I put about 2 parts water and 1 part urine in my sample cup. 3 days later I'm told I've failed the test. I lose my take homes and have to pay 300 bucks a week for gas....yay o fuc*en yay. Anyways I'm told my next clean screen I get my take homes back. so a week later I pee in the cup thinking finally I get my take homes back. Now I'm getting a call saying that I got benzos Again!!!! in my test?????? HOW??? I never took anything. I asked if the results were weaker since the previous test and was told no. I KNOW I haven't done any benzos since then. I cant afford the gas to go like this everyday. How do I tell these people they are wrong without telling them I put water in my first urine sample? Please Help ME> I'm scared I"ll fall back on my old habits.



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Ash Says:
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First off benzos can stay in your system for longer then any other pill. And for example just because they may be out of my system in a week doesn't mean the same for ! Exactly how long between your using valium and your first and second tests??

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I have been told in drug classes that I recently took that benzos can stay in your system for up to 30days

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