There are drugs out there that can cause false positives. False positives are just that false results. They use a highly sensitive machine to determine at what level positive results are at. That test is highly accurate and will prove yes or no if the person is using. Good luck
Most drug screens look for controlled drugs. Lyrica is a low controlled drug so if they test for it, it could trigger a positive. It just depends on if the person testing is looking for it. Some drug screenings have certain panels of drugs and others test for individual drugs. If the screen is for pain management, they will probably test for Lyrica. If the test is for employment, it is likely that they wont.
- Lyrica Information for Consumers
- Lyrica Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lyrica (detailed)
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