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Old 11-05-2011, 05:57
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benzodiapine urinalysis, can you differentiate between different benzos?

I know different benzos produce different metabolites, so if I have a gs/mc urinalysis xanax would show up differently than temazepam.

my question is, are there any benzos that would mimic the way temazepam appears on a drug test?

i.e. lets say midazolam produced the same metabolites (which I don't think it does, and I took both midazolam and temazepam, if the drugs mimic each other you would not be able to differentiate on drug tests.

I am trying to find anythign that shows up the asme as temazepam.
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Re: benzodiapine urinalysis, can you differentiate between different benzos?

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my question is, are there any benzos that would mimic the way temazepam appears on a drug test?
Yes. Temazepam metabolizes to oxazepam. Oxazepam is also a metabolite of diazepam and chlordiazepoxide. Diazepam will actually metabolize into temazepam and then into oxazepam.

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i.e. lets say midazolam produced the same metabolites (which I don't think it does, and I took both midazolam and temazepam, if the drugs mimic each other you would not be able to differentiate on drug tests.
Midazolam doesn't share the same metabolites as Temazepam. Its metabolites are 1-OH-midazolam, 4-OH-midazolam and 1,4-di-OH-midazolam.

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I am trying to find anythign that shows up the asme as temazepam.
This is a leb dependant variable in trying to have drugs with the same metabolites. Ru's lab used to test for oxazepam (but not temazepam/chlordiazepoxide/diazepam), so they'd call all diazepam, temazepam and chlordiazepoxide medication consistent with the positive results. They have since added diazepam to their confirmation test.

So, if the lab where the UA is being sent only tests for oxazempam, among others, and doesn't check for metabolites for chlordiazepoxide or diazepam, SWIY could take either of those drugs and explain why that result was there with whatever drug they were taking. I'm not sure how many labs test for midazolam, but if they did, they would be able to tell the difference between the two.
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Re: benzodiapine urinalysis, can you differentiate between different benzos?

This is correct, I spoke with an MRO for a large drug testing company and was told they can not distinguish between either one.

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