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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2011 2:28 pm 
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Even though I DO take my suboone EVERYDAY I occasionally test negative at my routine doctor vistits. Has anyone had this eperience and how could this happen? I am almost at the point of taking pics of myself taking my subs so my doc knows that I am actually taking them.


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I dont undersAnd r u coming up neg for opiates or subs?


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i changed the time of day that I take mine,,,,, used to dose three times a day, then changed to once a day,,,,,,, the same amount and everything,
but my 1st U/A after that change, I got a call from the ofce saying I was neg for sub, and the doc wanted to see me.
TURNS out, i wasnt neg, but I wasnt showing the same level of sub as before in my system, and that concerned him.

So, my question is ,,,,, is it the level they are saying is different, or just NO sub at all????


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