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Amphetamine Confirmatio Gc Ms Sr
What could cause me to test positive for methamphetamine and amphetamine on a urine drug test that was confirmed using gc-ms when I do NOT use drugs?
Hard to say: If the test were not done with "chain of custody," where there are sealed containers with signature forms where everybody who handles the specimen, from start to finish, certifies that it is YOUR specimen, then there is the small possibility of lab error. Lab errors of this kind occur in a very tiny percentage of cases, such as 0.05%, but that means if a lab does 10k specs there could be 5 errors ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A psychostimulant, controlled drug schedule ii, with abuse potential. It acts to enhance Dopamine and norepinephrine in the body, including the brain. It can decrease appetite- was used as a diet pill, treat narcolepsy and adhd, pathological fatigue, sea sickness. Derived from ...Read more
Recently diagnosed with MS had three day meth pred treatment last dose finished two days ago i feel ill think i now have shingles should I be worried?
Have MS had 3 day meth pred got shingles 2 days later as well have had two episodes of seizure like symptoms in past week should I be concerned?
See your neurologist: Things are clearly getting out of control. I presume you had a recent relapse, and now have had complication of shingles, and increased MS symptomatology in spite of methylprednisolone. You do NOT list an MS disease modifying agent. Is this an omission? It is critical that you take such a medication to gain some control over your MS. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have to take a 6405n sap 5-50 gc/ms drug test will Suboxone show up positive on test or will it give a false positive?
Took 4mg klonopin 1 time only from old script.Got a gc/ms test in 9days how long will it take to be undetectable..Note i never abused it...I go sub dr
Good question: It depends on the test sensitivity. The half life of Klonopin varies but typically half is gone in 12 to 16 hous so you may be out of the woods. 4 mg is a huge dose by the way. People who are taking this medication for anxiety or essential tremor typically take 0.5 to 1 mg every 12 hours. Don't do that anymore. Please. Share your concerns with the doctor who wrote you that rx ! ...Read more
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Will marijuana be flushed out and will i pass a drug test in 19 days after consumption? (smoked 2-3 times last month) will it pass a gc/ms test?
Probably: This isn't the place to debate the wisdom of the cannabis laws or whether it is wise to penalize otherwise good employees. If this is an ordinary urine test, a very low level might simply mean passive exposure and it would be hard to prove you have been a user. As long as this remains illegal, please plan ahead. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I took a drug test labeled 35533N SAP 5-50/300 GC/MS from Quest Diagnostics. What do all these numbers represent? What drugs are screened?
Drug Test: you would need to have access to the order catalog from Quest to answer your question. This is likely the number by which the test materials themselves are ordered. You should be able to get the results of what was tested by request of the facility or organization that tested you. ...Read more
Will alprazolam show a false positive for nordiazepam and or oxazepam. The confirmation test was done via gc/ms from the lab i use. ?
Probably yes: My educated "guess" is that most drug blood screening is geared toward "groups" or "classes" of substances. Alprazolam, diazepam, lorazepam, and the others you mentioned are all considered to be in the class of benzodiazopine derivatives. Use of any of them will trigger a positive response, but is not specific to which is in your system. Other classes include thc, cocaine, crystal meth, etoh, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neither: At the stated levels, fatality would be unusual with either drug alone if the individual had no other medical issues. Unfortunately, most overdoses occur with multiple other drugs such as the benzos like xanax or valium combined with alcohol.These combination are frequently implicated in fatal overdoses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer