Brintellix False Drug Screen Positives

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Confused But Not Dazed Says:


Hello,

I am hoping to get some responses on this, I have been going to a pain management clinic for the past 9 months to help with deal with some pain from having discs removed and my neck and back and replaced with metal plates. I go there was a month and get urine drug test they used to somehow determine that I am taking medication as I am suppose to. Till this month I have not had any issues, but on my last screening this week they claim that my urine showed for a trace of morphine.

The levels for the pain medication I am prescribed show normal, so I got a big lecture about external drug usage and was told i was but thrown from the program is it happened again. The only thing different I can think of was I was prescribed Brintellix a month ago. All other medications I have been on have been the same since I have been in this program, so to get to my question...has anyone else had any issues with Brintellix showing up as morphine on a urine test or any other type of scheduled drug? I am racking my brain to to figure this out because I am not a addict or doing anything wrong and I do not like my doctors assuming this ir even worse labeling me in the system as a drug seeker.

Any help would be appreciated or if any other information is needed from me to help with this let me know, some responses from a doctor would be great. I have asked my pharmacist about this issues and was told this drug was still really new and there was not a lot of information regarding it. I know i cannot find much of anything and I have been Googling for 2 days which lead me here.

Thanks,
Confused But Not Dazed?



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I have had a positive urine for Nicotine but I don't smoke. Confused about this???

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Leigh Ann Says:
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I don't trust ANY drug test not even a hair follicle they have also been proven wrong unless I see it tested with my own 2 eyes they are a waste of money.

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