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Answered 2012-08-23 17:48:30

If it's a valid prescription, you will fail the test but you should just be able to prove that a doctor prescribes you that medication for a reason. If it's from the street, good luck

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Yes, if you don't have a valid prescription for them.


No, Xanax is a legal drug prescribed. Yes, the prescription drug xanax will show up on a drug test. Unless you have a valid prescription for it, you will fail the drug test. These types of drugs are in the benzodiazapine family and are one of many that the lab performing the drug test would be looking for first-due to the fact it is "one" of the most abused drugs. Unless your body has had enough time to excrete the drug out of your system you will fail.


You'll fail for benzos. You will need to bring proof of prescription. Go to your pharmacy and ask for a report showing proof.


If a person has a prescription for tramadol, it will show up in a drug test, but they will not fail their drug test. If a person does not have a prescription, it will show up and they will fail.


No, you cannot fail the urine test if you show proof of your prescription before the screening is done. You MUST have proof of the prescription. I just had a pre employment test done and I have prescription for xanax and never took anything else but was tested positive for oxazepam and I did not get the job.


No not as long as you are not abusing drugs. You should have a prescription for it and I will bring the prescription to the drug test.


Yes; most urine drug screens tests for benzodiazepines (Xanax). However, if your Xanax use is prescribed, most human resource departments will waiver your drug screens results.


If you do not have a prescription, yes.


Assuming you can show proof of a valid prescription then you will not have a problem. Only the most advanced tests can determine how much of a medication was taken. Standard tests only test for the drug, not the amount.


If it is taken without a prescription, yes you will fail if it comes up positive on a drug test.


Yes and no. If you have a prescription for a controlled substance and you fail a drug test you have 48 hours to prove the prescription is legit. If you work with machinery or drive at work or in the medical field and you fail the drug test your employer can suspend you until its out your system usually 3 days or make you go home but 9 out 10 if you have a legit prescription you should be ok.


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Most state DOT's test for Benzo's, so yes it would come back positive. Now if you have a legal prescription you should be fine.


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Under Federal law Adderall is classified as Amphetamines, same category as Methamphetamine, there is no way to distinguish between the two on a drug test so if you fail for adderall you also fail for Methamphetamine! If one is caught with adderall without a prescription that person would be charged with:It is a disorderly persons offense just to be under the influence of a prescription drug that was not lawfully prescribed. It is also a disorderly persons offense to possess 4 units or less of a prescription medication illegally obtained.It is a third degree crime to possess at least 5 but no more than 100 units of a prescription drug without a valid prescription. The maximum fine for this third degree offense is $200,000.It is a second degree crime to distribute or possess 100 or more units of a prescription drug without a valid prescription from a licensed physician. The maximum fine for this second degree offense is $300,000.And treated the same as any other illegal drug.


No. Just show them your prescription with the prescribing doctors name, and there will be no problem. That is unless that medication will affect your ability to perform your work duties.


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yes, if you do not tell them ahead of time and give them your prescription for it as proof you will absolutely fail it.



It will if (1) the test used looks for benzodiazepines, and (2) you don't have a valid prescription for it. If you have a valid 'script, then no problem. I believe benzodiazepines remain in the urine about as long as narcotics, anywhere from 2-4 days, possibly less.


It will show up as a benzodiazepine. You won't fail unless you're taking it without a prescription.


No, Xanax and methamphetamine are very different compounds, and one should not cause a false positive for the other.


Honestly, the chances of that happening are incredibly low. Unless the person who takes xanax had powdered the drug and rubbed it all over their lips, or kept the pill in their mouth, the oral exchange of residual therapeutic xanax is not likely to show a positive on drug test.


Yes you sure do. However, if you have a prescription for it then you have nothing to worry about.


It will if you're not supposed to be taking it. If you have a legitimate prescription and actually need it (not just taking it to "chill out" all the time) then just bring your prescription with you to the test to show them.