Causes For False Positives On A Urine Test

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BBD Says:


could taking Claritin-D give a false positive for meth on a urine test



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David Says:

According to askdocweb, the answer to your question is yes. Both of the active ingredients in Claritin-D (Loratadine + Pseudoephedrine) are known to cause false positives for Amphetamines, and I'm sure this also includes Methamphetamines, because certain drug tests cannot distinguish between drug class vs drug name, etc.

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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angel Says:

i have doctors and nurses and pharmacist tell me that claitin d does not show up in urine test for methamphetamine.does it show up as amphtamines then?i was going to have brain sergury and they cancelled because they said my urine test was positive w/ this in it and it would have a bad reaction w/ the anastasia.

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SunShine 35 Says:
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Yes Claritin D will show IP positive. Its the D part. you should have just regular claritin

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