Ranitidine Caused A False Positive

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Tyler Says:
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I'm on probation and I was using k2 but I quit and had been clean for 5 days; after I quit I was taking zantac to help with the withdraws when I went in to take a urine test and I came up positive for methamphetamines. My po came by later and said he knew I was using k2 cause he seen it happen before so I thought that my s*** had been laced. To make a long story short it was the f***in zantac that made me come up but I had already admitted to using, so know I'm on house arrest, have to take more drug classes and I'm gonna be on probation longer. DONT TAKE ZANTAC IF ON PROBATION

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Brandy Says:
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How long does ranitidine give a false positive on a probation drug test for the department of corrections?

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Rintin Tin Says:
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Be very careful with Ranitidine if you are on probation or take drug panels!!! I had an appointment with my p.o. last Friday, did the U/A, smart ass officer said, "I could arrest you right now for a felony, you are positive for Methamphetamine! I have never even seen Methamphetamine! I am 67 years old. Hell, I was at Woodstock, took my fair share of drugs and marijuana, but NEVER Methamphetamine, and NO drugs at all in the past 20 years, so I was dumbfounded. How the hell could I be positive for Methamphetamine? After an hour of being totally abused, begging not to go to jail, the young cop said, "come back in in 3 days with a clean U/A or you are going to jail" bottom line. I take Zyrtec (150 2X daily) came home, read up on Ranitidine, went back in without taking anything for 3 days, had a clean U/A, and all is good in the world! Don't take this if you have a U/A, or you will fail!

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