Can Lyrica Cause False Positive On Thc Drug Test

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stephanie Says:
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I have been off marijuana for 2 months i took an at home drug test and it came out positvie ive currently been taking lyrica and wanted to know if lyrica could of caused a false positive on the drug test

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Expomed Says:

Lyrica should not cause a false positive even on a urine dip test.

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Jack Says:
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Can lyrics show up a false positive for opiates like heroin?

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Jack Says:
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Can lyrica show up a false positive for opiates like heroin? And or any other illegal narcartic?

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Peaceburg Says:

Yes it can! I'm taking Lyrica and it showed a false positive for Suboxone which I have never taken. I contacted Pfizer and they stated there are reports of Lyrica causing false positives. My doctor refused to believe this and voided my contract.
I'm still fighting though. I need to be vindicated!

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Peacebrg Says:

Not true! Pfizer says Lyrica can cause false positives.

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Peacebrg Says:

My doctor confirmed from Pfizer that Lyrica can cause false positives. They discharged me because of my research and threats to contact the media.

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Blessed78 Says:
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Your very right it also shows up for benzos because it's a benzanoid product i take 800mgs a day and my dr told me what I just said so good luck and God bless

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