I had a cyclobenzaprine, for which i'm prescribed and allergy pill in my hand. by mistake I took the allergy pill and gave my fiancé the cyclobenzaprine He gets drug tested and will probably go to jail. is there any way to get this out of his system?? I am just sick about it.. .
Cyclobenzeprine is not a controlled substance so I doubt they will be looking for it. It can sometimes trigger a positive for tricyclics if they test for those but most tests are simply looking for illegal drugs and controlled prescription drugs being used without a prescription (illegally). Since cyclobenzeprine is NOT controlled, it likely wont be a problem. It is never a good idea to mix different drugs into a single container or to store different drugs together because inevitably the wrong drug gets chosen at some point. Drugs should be kept in their original labelled containers as much as possible. The only exception would be weekly medisets that some use to dispense their weekly medications but in no circumstances should more than one persons meds be stored in these at one time. There is no way to force drugs to metabolize. They metabolize at their rate no matter what you do. Drinking water or taking different substances (like niacin or other crap on the market to "clean" the urine) doesnt work. Drinking too much water can be dangerous, fatal even if the bodies electrolytes get too dilute plus they will see that the urine is too dilute and begin to suspect their is something you are trying to hide. In his case with the cyclobenzeprine, I doubt it will be a problem because they wont be testing for it. No worries.
- Cyclobenzaprine Information for Consumers
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