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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:33 pm 
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ok i have been on subs for bout 5 months now and have not taking nothing else. well today my wife deciced to drug test me and i could not belive what it showed. It showed a postive for oxycodone and now she thinks that i have taken some. So my ? is can subs have something to do wit that or is the test bad. I am going to send the test to a lab but am just wondering why this happen. I KNOW I have NOT taken anything but subs.


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I'd say it's a false positive. You know better than anyone else what drugs you do or do not do. There is a margin of error.

How about a retest instead of trying to prove the one wrong? It might be easier.

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I agree with Rule, it could be a false positive. What kind of test did she use? Do you know where she got it - like at the drugstore or something? Just curious. Most regular drug tests don't show suboxone unless it's testing for it specifically and suboxone won't show as a positive for other opiates. Maybe getting a second test would be the next best step.

I'm sorry this happened and I hope you figure this out. Let us know what happens.

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