Gemfibrozil 600mg And False Positives

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Kk Says:
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Can Gemfibrozil 600mg taken daily cause a false positive for opiates, thc, cocaine, pcp or benzodiazepine?

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Steve Says:
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I take gemfibrozil 600 mg daily, i tested positive for opiates. Im 100% clean, and the only med i take, is this possible?

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