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Tested positive for a blood alcohol concentration. Is this positive reading due to extreme tren?

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I recently tested positive for a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)test. I had a few drinks the night before but there was about 11 hrs. before the test. It was a random test which I have had before and passed doing exactly the same thing. The only thing I was doing different was taking a supplement named Extreme Tren which was taken off the market for causing liver failure. Would this have caused my positive reading.
Posted Wed, 31 Oct 2012 in X-ray, Lab tests and Scans
Answered by Dr. Charles S Narasi 1 hour later
Alcohol metabolism depends on certain factors.
Dietary intake during drinking can make alcohol
absorption slow or fast. Fatty foods generally
slows the absorption, for example eating cheese
with wine. On the other hand sugary, sweet
snacks makes the absorption fast. So, eleven
hours after the drinking binge, it is still possible to
have detectable levels of alcohol in the blood.
As to your specific question about Tren Xtreme,
It can make you gain weight, can cause abnormal
liver tests, fatigue, etc.
It should have no effect on your positive reading.
Please stay off binge drinking which can cause as
much damage as steady drinking.
Wish you well.
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