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Prescribed with clonazepam, morphine sulfate, hydrocodone and fluoxetine. Will the combination of these medicines give the effect of methamphetamine?

i am perscribed clonazepam 1mg Morphine sulfate 30mg,Hydrocodone/acetam 10-325mg,fluoxetine Hcl 20mg,Roxicodone 30mg tab,TIZANIDINE 4MG TAB.My question is, What medications mixed together,or combination of medications,including over the counter medications would lead to a positive or a false positive for methamphetamine
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for asking. First thing you have to do is get over your addiction. Do not abuse your body. Consult psychiatric.
Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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