If you took three 1 mg tablets, within one to two days, 50% of its major metabolite 7-aminoclonazepam (7-ACLO) will still be in your system, and detectable by urinalysis; within three to four days, 75% of the metabolite will have cleared; within five to six days, 87.5% will have cleared, and so on.
Most likely, a low-cost employment or other screening test won't be sensitive enough to pick up the one-time use anywhere near that long (the above data came from a forensic study). A drug detection timetable for short-term use of benzodiazapines suggests you should be able to pass a drug test after 5-7 days (the upper end of the time line).
With a valid prescription from your doctor there is no reason to be concerned. Even with a positive test result as long as you have a script you the result will not held against you.
I guess they'll have to go with the script because I take it regularly and no way to get out of the system in time. So to make a long answer short, the drug test specified will detect the clonazepam. Correct?
Yes it will show up. Take your bottle with you. They will write down that you have a valid prescription for it and then it will not be of concern.
Outstanding. thank you.
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