does the medication soma and the medication flexirill show up on a drug screen as the same kind of drug?
Soma and Flexeril are two medications in the same type, muscle relaxants. Actually, I don't think either of them show up on a drug screen for the usual narcotic and illicit meds, as they are neither. The only way to be found on a drug screen is to individually test for each med separately, which most certainly be cost prohibitive. Just in case you were concerned ... the answer is NO.
Flexeril is closely related to tricyclic antidepressants so if the drug test contains tricyclic antidepressants then you will show up positive, as for Soma, the only way to test for it, is if it is specifically written down to test for Soma, other wise your fine. There are forms of soma that come in the combination of codeine, soma, and aspirin (or Tylenol) if I remember correctly. I'm sure you would know if you were on that. I believe one form would be football shaped say Wallace, then 2403 on one side. If you’re not getting it from a doctor, look up the pill from bing.com, the same with the flexeril. I hope this will help you in time
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