Predetermined Cutoff Levels For Opiates


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Methadone clinic saved my life,till last week.I got a ua back they did with gc/ms mylevel came back 84 ng/ml for morphine, two years I been clean ,nothing ,all of a sudden, 2weeks take homes gone and dropped a level.from my studies they all state the cutoff is 2000,why would they call this a positive, only me and the good Lord knows the truth,but it has destroyed my mother,family and employees at work everyone is like why would you waste 2 years of sobriety for morphine that's not even your thing.I was on the oxy,Roxie kick really bad due to a wreck and being prescribed by drs.please help,anything would be appreciated, all I do is dig through the Internet, and books every spare moment since this happened. It makes me sick on my stomach knowing I did nothing wrong. I'm sure that statement is heard alot on here,but I am pleading, for an answer.I feel all I can do is pray,I really want to continue my progress at the center but this type of thing really makes you want to give up but the im not done yet.again thanks ahead bof time for any help you can offer

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