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Random drug test detected with amphetamine in urine. Had tried vyvanse without prescription. Solution?

I tried my son s prescription med vyvance to see what effects it will have on him, now my job is at risk because they found amphetamine in my urine and they said it was not prescribed for me, even do I am on treatment my self but not with medications yet? do I have any solutions for this matter?, they have done random drug test on me on the past and they always had been negative.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Welcome to healthcare Magic!
It is a bit administrative issue rather than medical one.
why should an adult mature sane and saggatious person would be tested positive in urine.
You are answerable to the authorities.
You must understyand that the prescription drugs are so because they are dangerous chemicals. Job is not more important than the life. You have risked your life by taking a drug you do not have solution for.
Admit your mistake, tell the truth and request for an aquiattal once. may be they will forgive the mistake.
I hope the advise would be informative and useful for you.
Take Care!
Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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