How Long Does Pseudoephedrine Stay In Your System

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How Long Does It Stay In Your System Pseudoephedrine
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I have taken pseudoephedrine daily for the last week. I have to take a drug test the day after tomorrow. It's a urinalysis. How likely is it that I will have a false positive for meth? How long does pseudoephedrine stay in your body? ## Hi Ractu, While it is true that Pseudoephedrine may be detected as amphetamines (speed), the likely-hood is largely dependent upon the quality of the drug test. A lot of these standardized drug tests have a fairly high false-positive response, where it seems as though anything is likely to show up no matter what you took. To my knowledge, false positives are known to occur on them anywhere from 4 to 50% of the time. If you're in need of any statements claiming that this drug can in-fact cause a false positive for meth, I'd recommend referring... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Pseudoephedrine.
Thu, Oct 27 '16, 7:23 AM
how long does cold medicine stay in your system
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I'm currently nursing my 2 week old baby and woke up with a cold. I was wanting to take theraflu and continue feeding my baby with breastmilk that I had stored. My question was how long does it stay in your system to know when I can continue breastfeeding. ## this site is not medical professionals, so you should consult your doctor or a pharmacist to be certain. That said, however, Thera Flu contains Acetaminophen, Chlorpheniramine and Pseudoephedrine. Some formulations may contain Phenylephrine and Dextromethorphan and you did not specifically say which one you were talking about. That said, however, it would be safest to wait at least 24 hours or so, before breast feeding, again, after taking this. ## 3 hours a itook 1 teaspoon flu and severe cough can I take my zoloft now ## I us... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Acetaminophen.
Fri, Feb 03 '17, 3:37 PM
How Long Does The Drug Meth Stay In Ur System
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Ibeing tested positive on my drug test for methamenophin but i have not done any drugs im shock ibeing drinking sudafed every four hours almost for amonth its prescribe by my doctor ## The Pseudoephedrine has been known to cause false positives for various types of Amphetamines. Learn more Pseudoephedrine details here. Did your doctor send it in to do an actual lab test? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Sudafed.
Thu, Sep 13 '12, 4:04 PM
WILL A Blood Test Show The Amount Of Cold Meds And Amphed
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I agreed to a blood test from sherriff in hope it would prove that I was clean from heroin but I was taking phsudafed will this test show up poss for meth and at what levels. I am concerned because I had been taking it for over a month ## Pseudoephedrine is commonly known to cause false positives for amphetamines (speed), but the detection levels can vary -pretty much if it's in your system, then it's in your system. The vast majority of blood tests can only detect drugs up to 10 days, however, most drugs are out of the blood stream in much less time than that. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables while staying hydrated throughout the day will significantly help your body detox quicker (blood, kidneys, liver, etc). Besides getting plenty of rest each night I'd also recomme... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Pseudoephedrine.
Mon, Aug 20 '12, 4:26 PM
what can make a false positive for methamphetamine?
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I had a test done that came back positive for methamphetamine. I was on metoprolol, and claritin-D. Which of these can come back as a positive for methamphetamines? ## Hi tina - it is possible that the Pseudoephedrine in Claritin-D is what caused the test to come back positive for amphetamines. You should definitely bring up the fact that you are on this medication because that should be factored in. Hope this helps! You may also find this related discussion to be helpful: How Long Does Pseudoephedrine Stay In Your System. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Methamphetamine.
Thu, Apr 09 '15, 6:46 PM

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