I took the test when i got charged for DUID, i did a feild test as well a urine test,i found out after that they can tell if u put water in it, (which i did put a little) that being can they tell how much water was added then minus it accordingly to find out the proper results? or will it mess up the results all together? I no drugs will still be present but does a urine test show possitive/negative, or is it accurate to say how much of a drug is in my system? and they cant tell exactly when the drugs were taken because they would show up in my system for atleast 3-4 days if not more.. right? and if they cant use my urine due to me putting water in it, are there consequences?
It won't effect the test findings but they can tell as you found out if you try to falsify the test.
They will be able to tell what drugs you took and they really don't care when you took them just the fact that they are there is the point.
If you are at a methadone clinic and have carries then obviously you could and should lose them. If you don't have carries then they can and sahould lower your dose or they can start you on a administrative detox which I don't agree with if this is your first offense
If this is testing for probation ect then I have no idea about that as I'm at a clinic and don't have experience with the other.
Just so you know, there is nothing you can do to change the test results of a urine tox. Even drinking tons of fluid will show up as a high creatine level and they will assume that the person was trying to wash something out of their system which just doesn't work. If you put something in your body it is going to show up no matter what..
So I hope you don't get into to much trouble and I also hope that you continue in your recovery, good luck... Dave
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