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A pregnancy tests detects the hcg in your system. It can read a false negative but not a false positive.
On rare occasions you can encounter a false positive due to improper testing, expired pregnancy tests, rare medical conditions such as certain types of cancer, evaporation lines or a chemical pregnancy.
No only the hormone HCG (a hormone produced during pregnancy) in your urine can make a pregnancy test positive. If the line is very faint wait another day and take another test. False positives are very rare.
No, eating asparagus should not affect a pregnancy test. However, if you don't read the test in the correct time frame (ie, you wait too long), you can get a false positive. Also, sometimes a false positive happens for no apparent reason - this is inherent in a home pregnancy test although most manufacturers work to reduce the possibility of this as much as possible.
Yes, if the miscarriage was recent then your hormone levels are still not back to normal and it could cause a false positive result on a pregnancy test.
I don't know that you can make it read a false positive, but sometimes it just happens to read as a false positive.
Suboxone is an opiate. You will fail for opiates, not methamphetamines.
There are a few factors that can result in a false positive. Most of the time though false positives are rare! I recently experienced this. I have 4 children and have never had a false positive! My test never showed up unless I was pregnant. I recently had 5 tests show a faint positive and went to the doctor for blood test which was negative. I was told that a cyst on your ovaries can sometimes make a test appear positive (false positive). Other factors include chemical pregnancy. This is one where everything develops as though you are pregnant, except for the baby. If you are on any medication that contains the pregnancy hormone (HCG), this also can make your test turn up positive. It is best to have a blood test done by the doctor to totally insure you are not pregnant.
No it will not. On your standard urine text the buprenorphine nor the naloxone witch make up the suboxone will not.register for any of the drugs they test for. If it is a test they are sending out to a lab it will show up but they usually have to be looking for it .. it will not show up as a opiate tho
Put it in your mouth and swallow. The test is not looking for suboxone. It's looking for the metabolites of it, which are produced when you take the drug and it processes through your liver.But I need to know: Why do you want to come back positive on a drug test?
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.