Will Flexeril Cause Positive For Benzo On A Urinalysis

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jessed Says:
I took. A urine test and failed for benzo I only been taking flexeril can that cause a dirty result for benzo

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Verwon Says:
The Cyclobenzaprine in Flexeril isn't known to cause false positives for Benzodiazepines, but it has been known to cause them for Tricyclic antidepressants.


Where you taking anything else? Even over the counter products?

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pudden Says:
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I have flexeril what will it show on a drug screen

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michael Says:
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Will tramadol show positive for benzos (

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Shay Says:
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Tramadol will cause false positives for Methadone. It happens to me every time I take a drug test.

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LindaQ Says:
My pain mgmt doc tests for it! Had some overlap of Rx for tramadol and Norco, took a few trams to ease the pain when Norco ran out, and there it was, earned me a stern lecture and only a 1 mo Rx for Norco instead of usual 3 mo. And was told to stay off it or else!

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Trish Says:
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I took a UA today and it was positive for benzo, and I am prescribed to flexeril. So this is incorrect.

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Tree74 Says:
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I tested positive for benzo and all i take is flex.so yes they do make you test positive

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tRxy Says:
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Tram adolescent is an opiate, and will test positive for opioids, not benzos

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Heather Says:
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No flexeril will not show up as anything unless they check for anti depressants which is uncommon unless they're specifically look for it. I know cuz I just too a ua for Florida and Alabama for drug court and probation.

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jenny Says:
it does not show up on urine drug test I take them 5 times a day and am on drug court and test 5 days a week I have never had a dirty drop

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Emocean Says:
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Tramadol/Ultram is a quasi synthetic opiate which can cause a false positive for opiates. But it will not show up as a benzo.

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Sherry Says:
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I was prescribed Flexril and today took a urine drug test came back positive for bensos. Why

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Wrightgoddess Says:
I am precribed Flexeril and wonder why I have a positive Benzo drug screen also. I haven't touched a benzo in 15 yrs. I despise them, and my doctor knows this! Has happened to way too many people for it to be wrong, ya think?

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Amichelle Says:
Tramadol is NOT a narcotic. I am a pharmacy tech and this is a question we get a lot. It is not a scheduled medication.

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Dom Says:
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Yes it is a narcotic and you say you work in this line of work. smh. Lol

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Sarbear Says:
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Tramadol has just ben changed just recently thats why

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