How can Meth be flushed out of the system?
A blood count won't show meth.
A blood count won't show meth. It's unlikely to show even bad consequences of meth. Urine tests can slightly be flushed, but blood tests cannot. You cannot take a blood additive the way bleach, or inhibitors can be added (if they don't see it) to urine tests.
BUT. To get the best results from a physician, you need to give them the right information. If you had chest pain and they didn't know you were taking a powerful stimulant, they would say a 30's female Couldn't Possibly have a Heart Problem (or stroke or very high blood pressure, or vasoconstriction or.. you get it....).So you need to tell about meth to your physician.
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