Answer: Opiates - Substances or Conditions which can cause false positives Poppy Seeds Tylenol with codeine Most prescription pain medications Cough suppressants with Dextromethorphan (DXM) Nyquil Kidney infection, Kidney Disease Diabetes, Liver Disease
Answer: 5-panel drug tests are basically looking for the MAIN drugs - marijuana, cocaine (which includes crack), benzos (which includes Valium/Xanax - AND others), opiates (which includes most painkillers, and amphetamines (which would include meth and/or possibly some adhd drugs). Several drugs will fall into each of these categories. Check out the drug you are concerned about.
Answer: No, a urine drug test has only recently been developed for HGH, any standard urine drug test will not test positive for it. This is amount of HGH in urine is miniscule, which is why it is so difficult to detect.
Answer: Yes, it is possible to get a false positive. There are certain medications that can cause you to test positive for THC, mainly antiretroviral medication, even though there is no actual THC present in your body. It is also possible for a urine drug screen to be faulty and give a false positive, however this is unlikely. They will then re-test the same urine with a new test to determine if this was indeed the cause of a false positive.
Answer: No drugs cannot cause a alcohol test to be positive the test are looking for different chemicals. In a drug test the chemical is something different than the one in the alcohol test. But if you are getting tested for alcohol its a good idea not to do drugs either. Good luck and stay sobber!!!!
Answer: If you have a prescription for this medication then yes you will pass just let them know what drugs are prescribed.
Substance Detection Period by Urine Test Alcohol 12-24 hours Amphetamine 1-4 days Barbiturates 1- 21 days Benzodiazepines 1-42 days Cannabis (Single Use) 2-3 days Cannabis (Habitual Use) Up to 12 weeks Cocaine 4-5 days Codeine/Morphine 2-4 days Heroin 2-4 days Methamphetamines 3-5 days PCP 3-7 days