Humalog Or Lantus Wrong Result For Methamphetamine?

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Tom Says:
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Can lantus & humalog cause a wrong result for methamphetamine? For some reason I came up positive for it and certainly don't do it!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tom! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about what happened.

I did some research for you and discovered several articles in PubMed, as well as other research sites that say this can happen, but it is usually due to being diabetic, not the medications. It can also occur, if someone has lowered kidney function, which often happens with diabetes, or certain kidney diseases.

But no, I have not found anything showing those two medications being known to cause this.

Did the person doing the test know you are diabetic?

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