What Drugs Show N Urinalysis As Benzos

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Teena Says:

What herbal or over the counter meds show up in a urinalysis as benzos? Please help!!!

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Verwon Says:

There are quite a few that can cause false positives, far too many to list them all for you.

Can you post back with a list of products/medications you were taking?

If so, I will gladly check for you.


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Cris Says:

I am allowed 300 mg. of Trazadone daily, but recently took 3 mg. of Vailum, about 3 days before urine test. Will it come out positive, or can it been seen as a false positive from the Trazadone?

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Lulu Says:

My son has taken a prescribed muscle relaxer and pain reliever for back pain and also takes Bentyl for his Acne and also takes Garcinia Cambugia for weight loss and his urine showed up positive for Benzoids. Are any of these related as to his positive?

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