Medicine That Would Cause A Positive Blood Test For Methamphetamine

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jj Says:


Please someone help. I was going for a job and they tested my blood and it came back positive for methamphetamine. I don't know how to get nor want to know. Please this is my livelihood. I am prescribed a lot of antidepressants, headache meds, allergy meds and chantix, plus over the counter motrin in the morning and generic at night. Please help. I cant sleep or eat. I have a family.




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Roy Says:

jj, sorry to hear about your challenges. If you can show your medical records and that you are prescribed various medications it should help - also, sometimes allergy medications (even over the counter ones) contain pseudoephedrine and may affect any lab work that you submit. Be sure to get your documentation in order and you should be fine. May I ask who ordered the lab work? Was it your primary physician?

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nature man Says:

the same thing just happened to me a couple weeks ago where i worked at...told them pretty much the same deal as in medications and such...so that is why i am seeing what else it could of been...oh...and they actually said they lost the test for close to a week and a half...what ever..i am better off

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Kathy j Says:
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I went to the doctor today and they said my drug panel was positive for methamphetamine. I take lasix and amitiptyline and amlodipine and I have chronic kidney disease. Why would my results show positive for methamphetamine if I have never touched it?

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