i have a drug test in 3 days if i drink alot of a water will it be out of my system?
You can certainly try that, but it may not work. Benzos tend to be like Pot and Methadone and Suboxone and have to be metabolized out of the system, they embed in the fat layers, that is why a person will test positive for them for a lot longer than other meds. I recommend you work up a sweat and exercise some, that will help more than the water. Just looking at this post, I am going to say you are going to test positive, but you may have a fast metabolism and squeak by. If you can get one of your drs or dentists to rx you clonazepam tomorrow, and bring proof you have a legal rx to the test, that is your best bet. Best of Luck, Patti
I'm afraid Patti is right. There is no way to get rid of a drug any faster than you metabolize it. Clonazepam is a benzodiazepeine and they stay detectable in the system a long time. I once took one 0.5mg dose of Xanax and it was detected in my urine 6 weeks later!!! And I swear, it was one small dose! If you know you could be tested, it is really best to stay away from drugs that will give you a positive test. In many cases, if you have been prescribed the drug, and you can prove it by providing the name of the Dr or pharmacist so they can investigate that it was a legal drug, you will be ok. If it is a test for probation or DOT you may be in trouble as I dont think DOT allows ANY mind altering drugs to be usee while on the job.
No you won't pass. I just took about that many and waited 6 days before testing again and it still showed up. I'm also 5/4 and 102 pounds with a high metabolism. I can assure u that you won't pass. Sry...
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