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Can a urine test tell the difference between lorazepam and valium?

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8 Feb 2012

Hello bullets. No. There will be no difference showing between one or the other, Valium and Lorazepam. They will both test positive to being a Benzodiazepine. Good health and wishes to you,pledge

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8 Feb 2012

I thought that if specifically asked for a certain drug that it could show the difference. I know that in blood tests this is the case. But at any rate, if not specifically ordered and the test is routine, it will just show up as a benzo.
I am not sure who else might know this??? Pledge has answered. I guess Coby416 would know but have not seen him around in a while. I am sure that someone more knowledgable than I can answer this better... good luck... pup

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