Phenylephrine False Positive Drug Test

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Can phenylephrine show a false positive for phentermine? ## I just got bacj from my p.o. And I put clean piss in a nasal spray bottle because I thought it would be easy to get away with well I ended up failing for suboxone so I don't recommend anyone doing that just a warning... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Phenylephrine.
Mon, Jul 06 '15, 1:24 PM
False positive for meth drug test
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I took a generic medication called mucus relief PE sinus conjestion. 2 days after taking it i failed a drug test for meth. The active ingredients are Guaifenesin 400mg & Phenylephrine HCI 10 mg can these cause false positives, because i certainly have not used any meth. ## I have been told I have been positive for meth and amphetamines can prescribed phentermine, with otc cough medicine, sudafed, and vicks vapor rub cause a false positive ## I'm a 66 year old grandma, and I was using a Vicks nasal inhaler, and tested positive for Meth. ## I have my class A cdl license, i applied for a company, and received a phone call stating I failed my drug test. I asked what from, they said methamphetamine. Here's the thing, I've never used methamphetamine or any type of major or har... ...
Updated 10 days ago in Guaifenesin.
Sun, Nov 12 '17, 9:47 PM
Drug test showed false positive for diazepine
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I took a drug test for a new job and was in shock to hear the doctor tell me I had taken a muscle relaxer or diazepine; which I had not. When I told him I had not he kept asking me "did I borrow any medicine from anyone" instead of trying to help me find the real problem that may have caused this error. I had taken over the counter Allergy Capsules Diphenhydramine HIC* Antihistamine, Multi-Symptom Allergy Relief *Acetaminophen* Phenylephrine HIC* Chlorpheniramine maleate, BC Arthritis, Tylenol Cold Multi-Sympton Severe, Benadryl*Diphenhydramine, and RX meds Losartan, Hydrocodine-APAP Lortab, Prilosec, Zocor, Fluoxetine, and Mirapex The so called doctor I spoke with on the phone was so rude and just kept trying to get me to say I had taken a "borrowed" medicine....never !... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Diphenhydramine.
Sat, Nov 30 '13, 12:10 AM
false positive for methamphetamine phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine
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I was told by my Dr. to take Claritin D (pseudoephedrine) and I already had been taking a nasal spray containing phenylephrine. I tested positive in a saliva test for ephedrine and methamphetamine. I have never taken methamphetamine in my life. Can these two compounds cause a false positive for methamphetamine? ## Ephedrine and pseudoephedrine (I'll use "ephedrine" to mean both from this point forward) can, and often do, show up as methamphetamine on a drug screen. The two compounds have nearly identical molecular structure, the only difference being a single oxygen molecule more (ephedrine) or less (methamphetamine). The above notwithstanding, a drug screen can still differentiate the two but it takes a a certain kind of test called GC/MS (gas chromatography/mass spectromet... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Methamphetamine.
Fri, Apr 28 '17, 12:13 PM
Does acetaminophen test false positive for methamphetamine
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I was wondering if Acetaminophen could result in a false positive on a urine drug test? I had a bad chest cold so I've been taking Russian cough syrup, mucinex, and some other generic cold medicine that has, Acetaminophen, Dextromethorphan, Phenylephrine. Would any of these cause a positive for methamphetamine? ## I took a 500mg Best choise pain relief with acetaminophen for a tooth ach pain will it show up in a urian or drug test ...
Updated 6 months ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, May 07 '17, 8:59 AM
What Medications Can Cause A False Positive For Methamphetamine
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Can certain over the counter medications or prescription medications cause a false positive for Methamphetamine in a blood test? ## Information listed below is based on drug tests in general, whether it be urine, blood, saliva, or hair tests. The following ingredients and meds can cause false positives for (Meth) amphetamines (from erowid): Ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, propylephedrine, phenylephrine, or desoxyephedrine: (Nyquil, Contact, Sudafed, Allerest, Tavist-D, Dimetapp, etc) Phenegan-D, Robitussin Cold and Flu, Vicks Nyquil Over-the-counter diet aids with phenylpropanolamine: (Dexatrim, Accutrim [note] this compound has since been banned for use in the US) Over-the-counter nasal sprays: (Vicks inhaler, Afrin) Asthma medications: (Marax, Bronkaid tablets, Primatine Tablets) Prescrip... ...
Updated 5 days ago in Amphetamines.
Sat, Nov 18 '17, 4:16 AM

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