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Oxycodone in a drink
Do you think it's possible if  you drank from someone else's drink who had taken  oxycodone that it would show a trace in your saliva test?
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4522800 tn?1470329434
No! I had read your post about the false positive. There are many over the counter and natural things that can cause this. There was a Journal that was floating around here at one time with all of the things that can cause different test to come out negative for different drugs.
I was talking with my Dr about this the other day and he said sometimes these test just come out that way too!
If he has not been using then he should test again and keep very pushy about this False Test!! Just try to stick with one post if you can and others will chime in with more experience about this..Meanwhile I will see if I can find that info.
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3197167 tn?1348972206
Here's a link to the journal Vic was talking about regarding false positives:

http://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/show/108168/Why-You-Might-Have-A-False-Positive-Drug-Test

Hope that may help some~
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242912 tn?1402547092
Here is Mollyrae's journal Vicki is speaking of.

http://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/show/108168/Why-You-Might-Have-A-False-Positive-Drug-Test
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3197167 tn?1348972206
Well Jada and Vic....we ALL 3 be on the same page today...hahahaha!
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4522800 tn?1470329434
You 2 Rock! I knew someone, somewhere would bring this up..Good Job my Friends!
I sure hope this helps the Poster!! lol
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