What Can Cause False Positives

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emski Says:


Hi can anyone help? I got a positive drug test for 40 micro-grams of MDMA (Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) and 400 micrograms of methamphetamine. Someone suggested this may be due to my asthma inhaler and depression? Could this be true or have i been spiked? I'm going to loose my driver's licence and possibly go to jail plus fines. ;( I've never been arrested before let alone court sounds scary as hell. Any advice would be appreciated.



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Donna Says:
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I tested positive for suboxen I never took one I'm on Norco lyrica serqu

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SuzyQ Says:
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Will any of the following meds cause a false positive?: ARAVA, CIMZIA, NAPROXEN, PREDNISONE, MINOCYCLINE or ATIVAN

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