by smoking so much that you forgot you smoked
can prilosec (omeprazole) cause a false positive for thc?
if its positive you do have the virus
yup ! and it will !
you can have a false negative but NOT a false positive
A false negative indicates that a person may not have a disease that is being checked for or that the person may not be pregnant. Having a false positive would be the opposite showing that the person does have a disease or could be pregnant.
False positive for methadone
if it says pregnate it could be a false positive meaning you could have cancer instead
Depends on what you're being tested for. If you are an athlete being tested for certain hormones (steroids), then theoretically it could be plausible that you could get false positive. Concerning "recreational drugs" the answer is NO.
A list of things about as long as your arm. Included are such benign drugs as advil, aleve, Motrin, Bayer Select Pain Relief Formula...basically, go to the pain reliever shelf in the drugstore. Everything on it except aspirin and Tylenol will throw a false positive on a marijuana screen. However, the tests have been refined to recognize these items, and they are ignored. The labs know what to look for. If there is any question, the sample can be reevaluated using more complex methods.Additional InformationAccording to Ask Doc Web, the following substances have been known to generate false positives for THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) or marijuana.Advil - false positive for THC, MarijuanaAleve - false positive for THC, MarijuanaAnaprox - false positive for THC, MarijuanaAnsaid - false positive for marijuanaApo-Naproxen - false positive for THC, MarijuanaAtripla - false positive for cannabinoid THCB2 vitamin - false positive for THCBayer Select Pain Relief Formula - false positive for THC, MarijuanaClinoril - false positive for THC, MarijuanaCramp End Tablets - false positive for THC, MarijuanaDiabetes - false positives for Amphetamines, Cocaine, THC, Ecstasy, Meth and OpiatesDolobid - false positive for THC, MarijuanaDronabinol (Marinol) - false positives for THCEdecrin - false positive for THC, MarijuanaEfavirenz - false positive for THC, MarijuanaFeldene - false positives for THCFenoprofin - false positive for Marijuana, Amphetamines, BarbituratesFlurbiprofen - false positive for marijuanaGenpril - false positive for THC, MarijuanaHaltran - false positive for THC, MarijuanaHempseed Oil - false positive for THCIbuprin - false positive for marijuanaIbuprofen - false positive for Marijuana (THC)Ifenoprofen - false positive for THC, MarijuanaIndocin - false positive for THC, MarijuanaKetoprofen - false positive for THCKidney infection - false positive for Amphetamines, THC, Ecstasy, and OpiatesLiver Disease - false positive for Opiates, Ecstasy, THC and AmphetaminesMarinolÂ® false positive for Marijuana (THC)Meclomen - false positive for THC, MarijuanaMediprim - false positive for marijuanaMedipren - false positive for THC, MarijuanaMidol - false positive for THC, MarijuanaMotrin - false positive for THC, MarijuanaNalfon - false positive for Marijuana, Amphetamines, Barbituates, Benzodiazephines, MethaqualoneNaprosyn - false positive for THC, MarijuanaNaproxen (Aleve) - false positive for THC, MarijuanaNavonaprox - false positive for THC, MarijuanaNSAIDS - false positive for THC, MarijuanaNuprin - false positive for THCOrudis KT - false positives for THCOxaprozin - false positive for THC, Marijuana, BenzodiazepinesPamprinÂ® - false positive for THC, MarijuanaPantoprazole - false positive for THCPhenerganÂ® - false positive for THC, MethadonePrescription NSAIDSPromethazine - false positive for THCPromethegan - false positive for THCProton pump inhibitors - false positive for THCProtonix - false positive for THCRelafen - false positive for MarijuanaRiboflavin (vitamin B2) - false positive for THCRufin - false positive for THC, MarijuanaSustiva (Efanirenz) - false positive for THC or MarijuanaTolectinÂ® - false positive for THC, MarijuanaVoltaren - false positive for THC, MarijuanaIt appears that both prescription and over-the-counter NSAIDS (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs), such as Advil®, Aleve®, Motrin®, Tylenol®, Pamprin®, Midol®, etc. have all been known to generate false positives for marijuana on drug screens.Additionally, some medical conditions such as diabetes, kidney infection, and liver disease may result in a false positive.
What is false positive in widal test
Positive = You really did it. False Positive = The test said you did it, but you really did not.
Normally you can have a false negative, but not a false positive. If you see anything... it's time to make a doctor appointment.
Can simvastatim cause a false positive
will buspirone cause a false positive for benzodiazipies
A false-positive is a test result which incorrectly indicates that a particular condition or attribute is present. False-negatives can also occur.
People don't realize there are a lot of things that can give a false positive on a drug test. Ibuprofen can give a false positive for cannabis.Cold remedys can give a false positive for amphetamines,and decongestants ,like pertussive can give a false positive for opiates .Some of the newer antibiotics can give a false positive for cocaine! Valium can give a false positive for PCP. There are foods you eat which too can give false positives on drug tests. The most common one being poppy seeds which can give a false positive for opiates.
I don't know that you can make it read a false positive, but sometimes it just happens to read as a false positive.
Depending on the test, there is about a 5% chance she is right and 95% chance she is not telling the truth.The rates of false negative and false positive chlamydia tests for various types of tests are as follows (see related link):Chlamydia culture (rarely done): 0% false positive, 15-30% false negative.Swab with DFA: less than 1% false positive; 15-20% false negativeBecton-Dickinson NAAT cervical swab: 1.9% false positive, 10.3% false negativeBecton-Dickinson NAAT female urine: 1% false positive; 19.5% false negativeBecton-Dickinson NAAT male urine: 1.6% false positive 5.5% false negativeGen Probe NAAT cervical swab: 1.9% false positive; 5.8% false negativeGen Probe NAAT vaginal swab (e.g. self administered): 1.6% false positive; 3.3% false negativeGen Probe NAAT female urine: 1.1% false positive; 5.3% false negativeGen Probe NAAT male urine: 0.9% false positive; 3% false negativeIt is possible to test positive for chlamydia but be negative.Less than 2% false positive with chlamydia test.
Nothing can cause a false positive for THC.
If you tested positive for pregnancy, you are pregnant. Those test MIGHT have a false negative, but they CAN"T have a false positive.
Yes, it is possible, but rare, to get a false positive DNA gonorrhea result. You may get retested, but should complete treatment regardness, as should all of your partners.