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If i could get a faxed statment about strattera (atomoxetine) cause false positive drug tests!!

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Strattera (atomoxetine) & UDS

Your prescribing doctor can write you a supporting letter since he/she is the prescribing doctor.

In brief: Strattera (atomoxetine) & UDS

Your prescribing doctor can write you a supporting letter since he/she is the prescribing doctor.
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Dr. David Lipkin
Internal Medicine

In brief: See answer

Urine drug screens are generally performed using either immunoassays or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
2 Immunoassay UDS contain specific antibodies against common drugs of abuse and their metabolites. The immunoassay is the most commonly used UDS because it is inexpensive and rapid, but is more subject to false positive. For detailed information go to> http://bit.ly/1SXg94o

In brief: See answer

Urine drug screens are generally performed using either immunoassays or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
2 Immunoassay UDS contain specific antibodies against common drugs of abuse and their metabolites. The immunoassay is the most commonly used UDS because it is inexpensive and rapid, but is more subject to false positive. For detailed information go to> http://bit.ly/1SXg94o
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Dr. David Lipkin
Health Tap doctors are unable to fax statements. Strattera is not an amphetamine and would not show up on a drug screen and would not cause a screen to be falsely positive for drugs of abuse.
Dr. Nadeem Shaikh
Internal Medicine

In brief: Nope

nope

In brief: Nope

nope
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