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Methamphetamine Cause Leukocytosis
Yes: Methamphetamine can cause leukocytosis (high numbers of white blood cells circulating in the blood), hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), high CPK (muscle enzymes leaking from damaged muscle cells), high liver enzymes (leaking from damaged liver cells), low sodium (abnormally low sodium level in the blood), etc... ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
No reports yet: There are no reports of this association. Meth is associated with severe and irreversible kidney disease usually an interstitial nephritis. There's a first time for everything and meth effects may be worsened by concomitant use of heroin or lsd. Bottom line: stay away from the meth. Meth kills you badly and makes you look awful while you die. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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 moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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