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Took two kloinpins 1mg, did not show up in drug test. Why?

I am prescribed kloinpins.two 1mg a day.i went to the dr today and they drug tested me and said it was not in my system.The dr thinks i am lying and said she could lose her license.She was so rude to me.I took 2 klonipins yesterday so I was wondering why it didnt show up on my drug test.I am just upset because the dr thinks I am lying... forget it I thought this was free
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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the dose that you took wasnt enough to produce a positive result in the drug test, or you might have taken it with other medication which could have affected with absorption of the kloinpin that you took.
another reason is the way you took the medication could have reduced the effect of the medicine in your body hence not detected in the drug test.
hope have answered your query
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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