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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:55 pm 
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I took a test at probation and came up positive)(not good) since they dont want you
taking anything! i have another test in 4 days and was curious if there is something i can take to pass the test
and or is 4 days enough time to flush my system? Ive been takin 2mg a day for a month. I dont know what
to do! please help ! the consequense is jail!!!


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2011 4:04 am 
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You came up positive for what, opiates? Did the test specifically test for buprenorphine? Do you have a legal prescription? Is the dirty urine going to be a violation? What's your PO's posture? What was the previously imposed sentence (underlying sentence) for the probation? Is it felony probation? What state are you in? Are you male or female? Was the urine collection observed?

Now, you plan to immediately clean up for 4 days for the next UA? Are you going to just stop?

But, no. In my opinion, 4 days clean is not enough to bring the buprenorphine level in your urine below the threshold (called "cutoff" by the non-scientific piss gang) for positive for a typical chromatography urine test.

The best solution is to leave the country. I kid you not. If you go to Europe, you'll meet many Americans living in exile from the US government's oppression of drug users.

`~- Nehmo


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