In terms of what is an “OLD” prescription, expiration dates refer to shelf life. Itâ€™s not illegal to take oneâ€™s old medicine. But the way that an MRO will review OLD RXs is rather ambiguous and depends upon the individual. Doctors know that real drug abusers USE drugs, they don’t store them. If your prescription was written in the last few months, you’ll probably be OK. Prescriptions over a year old may be a little suspect. But call the testing center and speak with a specialist (you can do that, you know?!) to find out.
What with the discriminatory “you people” routine. I can understand if a positive result is coming through for a major drug as those really ruin the lives of the people that use. However THC not so much, in fact it’s becoming legal and has shown to help people who suffer from a variety of issue. insomnia, depression, anxiety, PTSD, cancer. Much better results then the prescribed medicine that professionals are handing out to people which down the road cause more severe addictions to other major drugs. What’s even more disturbing about what your saying here is that a negative dilute can be rejected. When there are people who don’t use even the or any drug, workout are healthy and choose to just drink water, which is the only thing we should be drinking. Somehow, by just drinking water we are being put into the same category as someone who does use drugs and tries to cheat a test. Does this not fall under some type of discrimination? I understand the lack of trust. However a negative dilute obviously shows no drugs and should not be seen as pick and choose fail with any employer. Now if it’s a positive dilute, then there is an obvious detection of drug use and can be applied as a automatic fail. Please do try and not place a label on negative dilutes or for the ones who have used the label as you people like they are such trash. Many of them suffer from mental disabilities and do not wish to trust a doctor prescribing them way more addictive drugs that would one day kill them or cause them further harm.
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