It is very unlikely for Abilify to cause a false positive on a drug screen for any other substance. Drug screens test for metabolites of specific drugs. All drug tests have a rating based on specificity and sensitivity. The higher the sensitivity, the lower the specificity. Basically it is only possible to have a false positive by using another drug that is very chemically similar to the positive test. Abilify (aripiprazole) is not chemically similar to commonly screened drugs of abuse.
No, it is a glucocorticoid steroidal antiinflammatory medication that should not test positive for methamphetamine, nor should it metabolize to any substances that yield a false positive for methamphetamine.
sudafed can give u a false positive for meth be careful
Can trazadone give a false positive urine drug screen for methamphetamine
Uh, having methamphetamine in your system! But other sources say the following can also cause false positive results: Desoxyephedrine, Desoxyn, Methedrine, Vicks Inhaler (non-prescription drug), Selegiline, Benzphetamine and Famprofazon, Dexedrine, Benzedrine, Adderal.
No, drug tests are designed with things such as bacterial growth in mind.
No, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) will not give a false positive for methamphetamine. However, Benadryl may cause a false positive for methadone in simple immunoassay tests, though more advanced tests can resolve a disputed result.
No. since amphetamines are stimulants it would be almost impossible.
Most cough products which contain decongestants (pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, synephrine, phenylpropanolamine) can cause false positives with methamphetamine drug triage tests. The amount necessary which could cause a false positive depends on the detection sensitivity of the specific analyzer being used (they have different detection thresholds).
I have a friend that I know cannot and does not take Benzo's such as Xanax but she is on Lexapro. She also takes Suboxone so the Dr had to give her a level test to make sure she is taking her medicine. The test came back positive for Benzo's. The Dr said that is probably why it did that. Also I have found a few reliable websites that say the same thing that it can happen.
you can have a false negative but NOT a false positive