Atropine/Diphenoxylate - can this drug cause a positive result for morphine?

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29 Sep 2011

It could come up as an opiate in a drug test, yes.

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DzooBaby 29 Sep 2011

The Diphenoxylate is similar in chemical structure to meperidine or Demerol though not morphine. This drug is a Controlled substance V or 5.

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