Thank you all very much. I was able to look over the exact paperwork from the actual testing labs, so that I could inform you all that tests are getting way more sophisticated than they used to be. Not to scare you or anything, I mean most places are too cheap to send for these types of tests and they just buy the little dip in the cup tests. But if you do fail one, or have a script that will make you test positive, they will usually send it out because they want to test for the quanative level to see if it is going down, or up, and to see if you are really testing positive for your script or not. The 7 panel my friend was getting was a lab test that tested for about 20unique drug
chemicals. This seven panel actually determined between about 6 types of opiates
, 8 types of benzos
, about 5 types of sedatives
, amphet, etc. Whenmy friendfailed the 7 panel, they sent for a 10 panel, which actually determined between about 25-30 different unique chemicals. It just went even further into types of opiates, benzo
's, and sedatives. There was so much benzo's and opiates that they could really pinpoint exactly if you were taking something different than your prescription. Hope this helps some one else out there.