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Failed a Urinalysis
      #91281 - 03/05/04 10:46 AM

Hey,

I recently had a random urinalysis at work, and come to find out I failed it. I do not do illegal drugs, but I do take the meds my doctor have prescribed to me. I am getting mixed answers from various doctors as to wether or not my meds can make me fail. I supposedly had 'methamphetamine in my system. The meds I am on are as follows:
Atazanavir
Norvir
Epivir
Viread
Septra DS
Azithromycin
If anyone knows anything about this, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you

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Re: Failed a Urinalysis new
      #91283 - 03/05/04 12:29 PM

try looking here or another of their links:

http://www.drugtestinformation.com/positiveitems.htm

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Re: Failed a Urinalysis new
      #93770 - 03/29/04 07:08 PM

Keep us informed of your situation, could happen to any of us

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Re: Failed a Urinalysis new
      #94352 - 04/04/04 08:11 PM

I know that Efavirenz (sustiva) will give a positive test for marijuana. Seems like the other drugs would effect urinalysis also.

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Re: Failed a Urinalysis new
      #156438 - 06/23/05 03:58 PM

*Norvir is an anti-HIV medication. It is in a category of HIV medications called protease inhibitors (PIs). Norvir prevents T-cells that have been infected with HIV from producing new HIV.
* Epivir is an anti-HIV medication. It is in a category of HIV medications called nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs). Epivir prevents HIV from altering the genetic material of healthy T-cells. This prevents the cells from producing new virus and decreases the amount of virus in the body
*Viread is an anti-HIV medication. It is in a category of HIV medicines called nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors. Viread prevents HIV from altering the genetic material of healthy T-cells. This prevents the cells from producing new virus and decreases the amount of virus in the body

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