Every time a doctor tests someone for a drug, that person is tested for the same drug. It’s like if you were to take a person who has been tested for diabetes and say, “You need to test me for b12.” Would you say that that person is a diabetic now? No. So we have to take the attitude that it is still possible to be a diabetic, even though we have not been tested for it.
You might be thinking that b12 is not a drug. Well, it is a drug. It is a drug that has the side effect of making it possible for you to have a false positive test for it. In other words, if you have a false positive test you are deemed diabetic. It isn’t just a lie.
What makes it worse is that a false positive test comes in the form of a drug. A drug that is sold under the name of “b12” in the form of a vitamin. But a vitamin is a medicine. It has to be prescribed by a doctor. When a person takes a vitamin they are not taking a drug but a medicine and that is why you need a test to tell if you are actually taking the vitamin. The drug is a poison.
The reality is, a person with a false positive drug test is not always the right person for the job, but sometimes it is. This is the main reason why we need a drug test in the first place. If you are being tested for a false positive drug test, your doctor tells you you are not being tested for a drug, you should go to your doctor and get tested for it. But that is not the right thing to do.
We all know that a drug test could be used as a weapon. An employer or employer-employee could take a drug test and lie about it to get you fired or terminated. The way that drug testing works is that the test is given to you by a laboratory and the results are not stored or distributed. The truth is, you could end up with a false positive by accident.
And so you get in the drug test, and the lab will give you a different result than what the doctor tells you is the right result. Of course, this false positive rate is a lot higher than the actual rate of false positives. Also, the way that drug tests are used is they are given to all employees, even those who don’t work with drugs. It’s a common, but still not ideal way of doing things.
One thing that is common in this drug testing situation is that the test will be a false positive. If you do a drug test, your doctor will give you a different test than what you are actually tested for. If you get a false positive, the test will give you a false positive, and you will have to go through a whole series of steps to get your test back.
In this case, the test is supposedly a false positive because the test was given to a guy who had a prescription for benzodiazepines. This particular benzodiazepine is known to cause a “b12” false positive. You’ll also most likely have to go through a series of other steps to get your tests back.
The b12 false positive drug test is usually a pretty harmless test, but for this guy, it was more than a little dangerous. He had a prescription, but when he went in for the test, he had a b12 false positive and it turned out his prescription wasn’t necessary for the test to be given. This means that he had to go through a whole lot more steps to get his prescription back.
I have my own opinions about b12 false positives, but I think it’s pretty unfair to just blame the doctor. I know a lot of people who’ve had tests and had them returned with a b12 false positive, and a lot of them had their results returned because the doctor accidentally misread a test. This is a very common mistake, as people often don’t read the tests they’re given.