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Molly Maloof, MD

Director of Clinical Content

False Positive

I had a drug tests done 7/12 by my CYS caseworker and NY Methadone Clinic. The issue is that at the clinic, the results are showing heroin, dilaudid, morphine, and oxycodone. All things I haven't taken and have no way too, yet the other one by CYS shows just my methadone. I don't understand what can cause or do this, because they were both done within two hours of each other and a lot is on the line now because of this, so I wanted to see if anyone could give me any possibilities of why it did.
  • Female | 23 years old
  • Complaint duration: 2 days
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian / White
  • Weight: 211lbs
  • Medications: Prozac, Penicillin, Ibuprofen, Benadryl
  • Conditions: Opioid Dependency
  • Hospitalizations: Rehab @ BGB, 16days. 4-11-15: Gave birth, in for 3 days.

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Agree with below. Also, stop the Benadryl, because this can potentially cause false test results for opiates. Re-test after perhaps several days off Benadryl. Discuss all your medications with those doing the testing.
Tristram Hill
Sometimes there is cross positive with methadone for other narcotics. You should have the test repeated but if you were positive that you did not use these drugs, just have another test.