My question is would a urine test for vicodin not show up on my test due to the other medications and supplements I take?
1) First I drink 3 to 4 pots of coffee each day (diuretic)
2) 1 Gallon of water a day
3) 2 effexor capsules
5) 1 vicadin every 8 hours
6) aspirin twice a day
7) fish oil pills
8) Shredded 2 fat reducer by beast sports
9) one dose of creatine For energy 5,000 mg
11) Ativan 3 times a day as needed
12) vitamin c 1000 mg
13) cranberry pills 1000mg a day
14) protonix stomach
15) belladonna irritable bowel
16) tricor 145mg
17) Vitamin E 1000 mg
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The answer is most likely NO. If you're taking the medication as prescribed, there should be some in the urine. You're on a low dose and if the test isn't sensitive enough, it will not show up. Certian meds and suppliments can effect the test but from what you've given here, there should be no reason why it wouldn't show up.
I agree with Mollyrae. I doubt anything you are taking effected your Drug Screen results. We all wish we knew why they are often inaccurate. I have seen statistics that claim the inaccurate rates are as high as 60-70%.
We have many ppl that post on this forum that have experienced inaccurate tests. I am sorry that this has happened to you. I certainly wish I had better ansers for you.
What will be the consequences of the failed drug testing? That would be my concern. Many ppl are dismissed from their physician's practice.
I hope that there will be no ramifications for you. Best of luck to you and please keep in touch.
Mollyrae is correct. I do not see any of the drugs that would cause a false negative.
There are 13 and they are listed in my journal pages under false negatives.
Let me know if you can't find them and I will list them for you.
As you can see from other post here this is an all too common problem.
These test are not always correct. I have alot of info on this as I said in my journal:)
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