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Will metaxalone show up on a drug test?

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Dr. David Teicheira
Pain Management 36 years experience
Occasionally: Metaxalone is not a drug of abuse, so most labs won't te st for it. Unless someone asks. Most urine tox screens are 2-part: a dipstick immediately to get a rough idea of what you've been taking, and a lab confirmation run on sensitive instruments to break down what the exact meds are in you, and in what concentration

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A 31-year-old member asked:

Will skelaxin (metaxalone) show up on a drug test?

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Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
Pain Management 11 years experience
Depends: Even if it shows, you need not worry about it. Skelaxin (metaxalone) is not a narcotic medication. There are some labs which are very sophisticated and will determine almost anything that you take. Most other labs look for narcotics and sedatives.

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