Hi. I have to strongly disagree with the last two answers. I'm saying because I can back it up with being someone who has taken hundreds of urines myself. Plus I also administered thousands of urines while I worked at a sober house.
The simple answer would be "yes". Unfortunately its not that simple. Many many many of the urines I administered came back negative for benzos when the person only took klonopin or in generic called clonazepam. Xanax or the generic called alprazolam however shows up every time. The company which I'm not going to mention their name (it wouldn't be appropriate) we used was a state of the art, high tech lab able to do forensic testing and they just didn't test for klonopin (clonazepam) like some other labs test for it.
I am a recovering addict myself and before working in the recovery field I had to take urines myself for courts, probation officers, detoxs, programs, hospitals, jobs... I've found that klonopin (clonazepam) doesn't always show up on urine screen's (drug tests).
You need to find out if the place doing your urines tests specifically for klonopin (clonazepam)...
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