Prescription Medications Showing Positive For Drugs Screens

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Scott Snyder Says:

Can prescription medications show up positive for drugs in a urine drug screen?

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David Says:

Hi Scott,

To answer your question, yes, the number of medications or substances responsible for causing false-positives are quite staggering in my opinion, considering that labs have the technology to identify the exact substances in question, but prefer to use cheaper methods for standard drug tests.

Did you happen to take any sort of over-the-counter or prescription medication that came up positive for something else?

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nicky Says:

Can your employer fire you for testing positive with legal prescriptions for pain management

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Doll face Says:
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I was wondering does heroin show up in urine if I'm taking Opanas? I am prescribed Opanas 40mg 3x & roxi 30mg 4x. In a drug ursine sheet from my pm doc. I noticed beside Opana it sys in ( ) "heroin"..was wondering is this saying that heroin is also showing up?

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polly Says:
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I am on.oxicton 60mg and oxy ir 10mg. And on klonipin ,trazadone, lyrica , myabricta, for over Active bladder ,, and. Synthroid. For. Thyroid ,I had pm drug test. Show. Positive for fetnyl. I never. Took. It ,, I. Take otc. Sleep aid and benadryl. Is there. Any. Way. Any. O.Those. could. Cause. False. Positive. ?? I. Dont know What to do , they. Wana. Kick. Me. Off ,,im terrified. Of. Withdrawal. ,,, help,, What can i. Do ??

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