Hi chahieboom, welcome to the forum. This thread would be better in the drug
testing forum so I'll report it and have it moved for you. You would be able to get better answers there. Just keep in mind its an international forum and I promise you that someone will be around to help you out. Sometimes it just takes longer....
Im sorry you've found yourself in the situation, I actually dont know how much help I can be. I can tell you that false positives *can* happen, but I am a little confused by her logic.... So is she taking liquid methadone
? Or tablets? If she put oxycodone
tablets in her liquid methadone than it could be feasible that she ingested some but I have no idea why anyone would do that.
If she put a few oxycodone tablets in her methadone bottle along with methadone tablets I would have to say it is near impossible to ingest oxycodone just from that. It makes little to no sense, about as much sense as saying because you held some oxycodone tablets in your hand and they seeped through your skin. Doesnt work that way Im afraid. Not only that, but the way drug tests work is to test the metabolites of certain drugs
, which means that they have to pass through the body first.
This all just my opinion and Im no expert as far as drug testing goes. Perhaps trying UTFSE
(Using The Forum Search Engine) and search for methadone causing a false positive for oxycodone? Like I said, false positives arent that uncommon, they do happen.
Im sorry this is all the help I can be and I'll report the thread and have it moved for you. Hopefully someone will be able to come along and help you soon.
Good luck sweetheart
Oh yes, why is your wife in jail because of that? I just wanted you to make sure that the jail is aware that she can *NOT* withdraw from her methadone in jail. It will be *VERY* *VERY* dangerous for the baby. And when I say very dangerous, I do mean fatal. Not for her, but for the baby. I would just make sure they are aware of that. Cops arent known for taking great care of addicts of any kind, much less an opiate