1 May 2010
foxnews, Soma is a barbituate and sometimes you are tested for it, sometimes not It really depends on the reason you are being tested. If you have a prescription for it you will be fine, if not I don't want to give you advice unless I am positive I know exactly what I am talking about. Probably not what you wanted to hear, but I hope I helped you in some small way. Fall Queen
1 May 2010
Fall Queen is right. It all depends on what they are looking for. Some places request testing for only illicit drugs, weed, coke, meth. Is it for a new job, probation, custody hearing, post accident? It really depends on what the test is for. Another factor is the costs for testing. Bottom line is if they test for barbituates, you will show positive. And since you mentioned the word "abuse" I sure hope you have a prescription for the soma.
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