Medications That Shows False Positives For Methamphetamine

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What medications show a false positive for methamphetamine. What is the difference between methamphetamine and amphetamine?




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Eilene Lilley Says:

I was ticketed with a d.u.i. and am on quantipine. I don't drink and a urine test showed amphetamine or methamphetamine I had also been in bed with seasonal allergies and headache and was taking cold medicine. My daughter Bradford I got out of jail researched this medicine causes false positives and need some more proof to take to court. I was also drowsy just waking up. My psychiatrist said it was the quantipine but need to show more research to my lawyer... Thank-you for responding!

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