What Medications Can Show False Positive For Methamphetamine

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gary Says:

I take 6 to 10 meds daily for pain and antidepressants, allergies, insulin, sudifed, ansanzidy, sleep meds, some others I can not spell, nyquil, and nasal spray. I was showing positive for methamphetamine. I DO NOT TAKE DRUGS EXCEPT WHAT DOCTORS PRESCRIBE FOR ME.. I want to prove that i do not do street drugs. Please somebody help me. Thank You and God BLESS.


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newlife4t Says:
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My husband takes Suboxone and I do not take Suboxone but keep testing positive for it.

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big john Says:
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I was just got taken off of citalopram,prazosin,&trazodone,&put on vitiam D ,remeron,&cymbalta will any of these new meds cause me to fail an drug test or cause a false positive if so can u tell me which illegal drugs that my new meds could pop hot for ? Please

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Ty0tf Says:
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u cant piss positive for suboxone! Its not tested for, its a man made drug to cover your use of opiates or Straight up Heroin! So most test are only to show that u havent been using those two things with ur suboxone. Has any one even ever seen a test on here before! Like the 12 panel tests that's even a doctor taking a big leap to spend the money on those at like eighty bucks for six tests. And that's probably a better deal then a doctor would get unless he is buying from Canada too. But any ways that is what im going to say is a fact. But ive been lied to before. If ur husband is using them to just feel high, please tell him to give it to some one who really needs it. Cuz it is not used for a high! But if ur husband is using it Cuz he needs it, then knuckles or fist bomb, hell ill chest bumb him for staying off the blues or the black. Its by far the two hardest drugs I have ever faced and hope to never have to be put in a situation to use it ever again cuz, that's how strong it is my friends! For those of u that went from blues to heroin did any of u notice how as much not alike they actually are? And how much more black could consume your life then something that u thought was ruff already those damn blues, u thought u knew what heroin addicts where going threw but once u have been there, there is nothing more like Hell and Heaven then black. F*** its some dangerous s***. That's for sure!! To being sober!!

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Girlygirl Says:
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Good question. Recently I had a drug test at work and it was positive for amphetamines n methamphetamines and I take only what my doc prescribes to me... Any answers?

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Tammy Says:
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Methamphetamines and probably opiots for most of the medications u take google it and it will tell u!

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lmfao...you can test positive for suboxone. it's not on your average 5 panel test. they have to specifically test for it. so if they test you for suboxone you can test positive for it. been on it for 3 years i would know.

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Buddyboss8824 Says:

Need help figuring out why my urine test keeps showing methamphetamine?! I CAN'T STAND THE MESS! I take celexa, seroquel, klonopin, benadryl, simvastatin, synthroid, excedrin migraine, chlor tabs for sinus, trazodone, and every time I go to the doc it comes back as methamphetamine. Please help. Can someone tell me what the problem is?

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Uncle Dave Says:
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Sudafed - It's one of the main ingredients in the production of methamphetamine!!! That's why they're usually locked up and the stores keep a log of how much you buy! Good luck!! Most cold meds do the same thing.

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D Says:
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Actually, yes, you can test for suboxone. We do it all the time here in the office I work at. We can test for pretty much anything, including bath salts and spice. You'd be surprised. It is to go to a lab though.

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Joe Says:
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So will taking Sudafed cause a false positive for methamphetamine?

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Still here 2018 Says:
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Re: newlife4t (# 1)

Do you give your hubby bj's?
Also you probably share a lot of the same towels or sheets and bodily fluids and sweat.

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Michele Says:
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Re: Girlygirl (# 4)

I too have recently..past 3 months..been put on thyroid medication..past 3 months each random urine test has tested positive for methamphetamines...before being put on thyroid medication I have NEVER had a bad test in almost 4 full years..Feb 2019 will be 4 years. So now I am having to get with my doctor to get it straightened out!

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