Does Antibiotics Help Pass Drug Test?


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Mark Harley Profile
Mark Harley answered
In some cases, antibiotics can actually worsen the results of a drug test, resulting in a person being flagged as a false positive for cocaine. You should never try to consume antibiotics in order to alleviate your drug abuse. If you have controlled substances and this type of medication in your system, it could be likely that you will experience extreme side effects, encounter illness and may even endure an overdose. Instead of trying to dodge the results that are likely to appear, undergoing a personal intervention with family and friends and admitting that you need help can be the first step that you will take to recovery.

According to some experts, there are over 250 popular medicines in the United States that can a false result in a drug screening. Because of this, antibiotics will not be able to help you to dodge the truth. Some of the unlikely products that could cause your drug test to be flagged include nasal sprays, which include some of the properties similar to amphetamines.

Rehabilitation is the best way to pass any drug test. If you have difficulties in your life, counsellors can allow you to get back on your feet, receiving all of the support you need to turn things around. Even though an addict to illegal substances such as heroin, cocaine and marijuana may do their best to hide their drug problem from loved ones, it can be obvious that there is something the matter. For example, when you are sent home from work because you are in an unfit state to concentrate, and when you lose interest in the hobbies and pastimes that you were once passionate about. Although you may wish to conceal the truth, through acts such as taking antibiotics to distort the results of a drug test, it’s a sad fact that you are on a slippery slope and that you need support now.
scottie brown Profile
scottie brown answered
No, but if your lookin to flush your system 2 take a drug test you can drink vinager or pickle juice
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Some antibiotics and over the counter medicines can in fact, cause one to fail a test by giving off whats called "false positives". However, it's usually mandatory and generally wise to list all medications (both prescribed and over the counter) your either currently taking or at least taken within 1 week prior to the test. Just about all medications are out of your system just in a couple of days, but to be on the safe side allow yourself at least 1 week.
Krystal DeLaRosa Profile
No, antibiotics will not help to pass a drug test. Actually, some antibiotics will cause false positive results on a drug test.

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