Does anyone know what Soma comes up as in a drug test?
It's the same as any muscle relaxant - just make sure you list on the application they give you that you are taking it by prescription. :)
No muscle relaxants aren't tested for even in a 10 panel drug screen. Most don't use a 10 panel because of the expense, but what's tested are.
So Soma dont have benzos or barbituates in it at all? I always thought it had one or the other in it.
No, it does not, you may get those kind of effects from Soma, but it doesn't have the same chemical makeup.
Some states in the Untied States have changed their Controlled Substance laws. SOMA is one of those drugs in which some states consider a controlled substance. The following list Soma as a controlled substance:
As of August 2009, carisoprodol is considered to be a schedule CIV by the states of Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas (scheduled using the states new controlled substance program which requires physicians to obtain, and include, a state "DPS" number as well as a DEA number on all Scheduled drugs) and Washington State (not verified, WA still using DEA scheduling). It is a schedule CIII in West Virginia.
Soma is not a barbiturate.
I took a twelve panel drug test. Soma does not show up in drug tests.
I agree it wont show, my fren is a Doctor and he helps me avoid the things that will make me fail, but if I do he covers me, but ever test I took it didnt show,
it is, it is, a benzo most people think it's ok.That was a year ago, hey things change it was'nt controlled before guess what it is now. They have alway's known if u took it on the right combination of a drug test, they just did'nt say nothing.well now they do it's highly illegal in 17 state's.
Soma - false positive for morphine.
I am on felony paper and took another drug test this morning for my P.O. I have been taking somas often and they do not show up...
I know this was posted 9 mo. ago, but in case someone else comes across it like I did:
Soma shows up in urine drug tests as what it metabolizes into, Carbamate & Meprobramate (sedative/tranquilizer/benzodiazepine-type drug), among with other things. If these show up, they would have to ask for further testing of that urine sample you gave them to make to get a definitive answer as it wouldn't show up on a urine panel test.
If I had to guess it would be yes. I talked to a pharmacy and they told me that Soma's will produce the same chemical that valium produces once it is matabalized in your body.
I realize how old this post is but wanted to respond regardless, because someone desperate for help passing a drug test may read it like I did. Im in drug court and test 3x a wk. Failing a test results in jail time for me. I came across some incorrect info and took the risk of taking couple soma. When I tested it showed up as positive for benzo. This was even after I drank enough water to kill me and tried out the sure jell method. (canning gelatin) Needless to say, I now have 4 days to spend in county, So to anyone reading through this be cautious of how much trust you put into the info you read on internet. Of all the drug test Ive ever taken and its ALOT, the only way I have found to pass is to use someone elses CLEAN pee or not use!
i believe it depends on the type of test you are receiving... i have had it not show up for test in doctors offices and such but have had more severe testing such as state administered test and it did show up... it showed up as a barbituate... so i guess it depends ... if you will lawfully get into some trouble i would atleast wait 4 days before giving urine, if its just a job or doctors office then i wouldnt care to give urinr,but with that being said ... thats me! dont do what i say do what you feel is best for you.
- Soma Information for Consumers
- Soma Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Soma (detailed)
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