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At this point your best bet for proving that you did not use meth and that the new medicines you are taking are responsible for a false positive would be to contact -- or have a lawyer contact on your behalf -- the company that manufactures the drug testing protocol used when you were tested.
If the company agrees with you that the medications the ER doctor prescribed could have caused a false positive result for using Meth, once they report this possibility to your doctor, I am confident that she will reconsider her position about your test results and possibly renew your medications.
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