labs were done twice and I don't understand why one medication shows up and the benzo does not... Could this be a lab error? I take my meds everyday.
I don't think its an error with the labs, one medication could sit in your blood longer or dissolve over a period of time, or time released. Or again it could be how one breaks down in the body according to your metabolism so read the medication pamphlets and find out about its interactions and how and if it dissolves quicker in your body... vtech10
If the labs were repeated on the same blood draw, it could be lab error. Divalproex interacts with many different drugs, so interference from any of these drugs could possibly cause a negative for benzos. It depends on the exact lab procedure for benzos.
My clonazepam shows clearly positive on drug testing as a benzo, meaning that the testing does find benzos in other people.
- Clonazepam Information for Consumers
- Clonazepam Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clonazepam (detailed)
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