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    Default Clorazapate vs. Clonopin

    I was prescribed clorazapate by my doctor. Been out out them so someone gave me clonopin. If I'm drug tested, will it come back as clonopin ? I know the drugs are in the same class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie58 View Post
    I was prescribed clorazapate by my doctor. Been out out them so someone gave me clonopin. If I'm drug tested, will it come back as clonopin ? I know the drugs are in the same class.
    I'm not sure but perhaps our resident nurse @H20shed65 could answer this question?

  4. they are absolutely in the same class of benzodiazepines. clonazepam is more potent
    clorazepate is slightly more long acting. it similar to valium in its motency
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    I may be wrong but I think a benzo is a benzo. I don't think those tests are that selective.

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    It really depends on who's doing the testing and why. A pain management doc for example will test much more thoroughly. A simple 5 or 7 panel test wouldn't for a job wouldn't know the difference. Some jobs test more diligently.
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    It really depends on the Dr and how thorough he is (or is pretending to be).
    My drug tests were being billed to insurance at over $32,000 per year. I can't remember the exact number of things that the test claimed it was testing for, but it was around 130 different drugs, including "fake marijuana".
    They claimed to be testing for A LOT of stuff, and they had all benzo's I've heard of listed separately. Only the one benzo I was being tested for showed positive, which was clonazepam.
    I was prescribed adderall at the time and it showed to be present.
    All opiates were listed separately. A metabolite of tramadol was still in my system but had a somewhat old prescription for it. I guess hydrocodone had washed out or was missed (I don't take it often).
    A persistent metabolite of alcohol was present and probably accurate.
    The first time I asked for a paper copy of the test was after I had a summer party weekend with friends. I had been wearing CBD patches the entire weekend before, and think I was even wearing one at the time of the test. The test did not detect THC (to my surprise) , and the CBD was false negative (yes, there was a separate test for that).
    GHB, not tested for.
    Modafinil, not tested for.
    I had always thought tests would just indicate "benzo's", or "opiates", but apparently this is not the case all of the time. It probably is correct most of the time.
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    On the other hand, I was seeing a dr who was also a pain management specialist. I was coming out of a procedure and it was obvious i was going to need something for the pain. That was the first time I've had to take a urine test. I had a blank look on my face when informed testing was necessary and was pausing. That Dr leaned in and whispered "if it is just pot, that's not what we are looking for, you're not using anything like coke or mdma, right?" So as Denman pointed out, it depends on the Dr.

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