... for Kolonipin and adderall. Any help as to why this could have happened? I need answers by noon today. Thanks
Sorry it's late, but first call your doctor and get an actual signed document stating the meds you're on. Secondly, that is one hell of a urine screening if it tests specifically for Xanax, I've never heard of one targeting a certain medicine. I'm thinking you tested positive for benzodiazepines, and whomever read you the results said the first one that popped into their head. Most urine screens only test for certain ingredients that individual classes of meds and drugs have, i.e.: barbiturates, opioids, benzodiazepines. Again, and I don't know the answer to this, but since Xanax and Klonopin are both benzos then maybe they have that same ingredient or share a lot of the same ingredients that would show up on a urine screen.
If this becomes a problem for a job, or for receiving any type of medication, demand a second test. Demand whether or not the test they're using can tell the difference between Xanax and Klonopin. Pretty much do everything you can to clear your name. And if it comes down to it, and what I would do if it were a job that could fire me because of a "failed" test, retaliate with threats of legal action. Most companies fear anything along these lines, and if you know you have never done Xanax, then you're in the clear. Start calling lawyers and leaving brief but concise messages about your situation. There should be at least one willing to hear your case without charge then help you out. Again, sorry for being so late, but let me know how everything turned out. Hope everything did turn out in your favor.
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