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Saline laxative / milk of magnesia positive drug test

Does saline laxative cause a false positive drug test? Also, can milk of magnesia cause a positive drug test? ## Can milk of magnesia test a false positive in a drug test for alcohol ## I think it's highly unlikely since milk of magnesia and similar products are basically a form of magnesium (a mineral). Did you take anything else (OTC or otherwise)? What kind of test was it? Urine, blood, etc? ## Yes, I've failed 2 tests in 3 weeks and the ONLY thing I've taken is magnesium. I passed previous screens but after I started taking an over the counter magnesium daily I've failed twice. My doctor and pharmacist said it wasn't possible but it's the only change in my diet.

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white round pill with 44 on top and 345 below it ## sdf ## From what I can find this contains 311mgs of Magnesium, a generic or store brand of Milk Of Magnesia, a very common antacid used to treat heartburn and similar conditions. It is a chewable tablet. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and diarrhea. (Which is why it also helps some people with constipation.) Are there any questions I can help with?

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Hydroco Apap M357

Title Hydroco Apap M357. White pill and breaks in half. I am taking this medication for back pain. It causes constipation. What I want to know is how to treat and help eleminate the conspitation problem. ## If you can tolerate it, drink a glass of prune juice, cranberry, pure apple juice, or cran-apple every morning, that's about the best I can tell you to do naturally, if you are really in a bind a dose of milk of magnesia works wonders! ## Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen are the active ingredients in Vicodin and since the Hydrocodone is a narcotic analgesic, constipation is a normal side effect. When I was on narcotics and suffered from problems with constipation from them, I found that taking a daily fiber supplement helped tremendously and it has the added bonus of being something...

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white round pill 44 an 44 345

Round White pill with 44 on top and 345 below ## This contains 311mgs of Magnesium, a generic or store brand of Milk Of Magnesia, a very common antacid used to treat heartburn and similar conditions. It is a chewable tablet. Is there anything else I can help you with?

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