What does soma show as on a drug test?

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No! The use of Soma does not show up in a drug test because it is an acting central skeletal muscular agent, synthesized throughout the central nervous system, therefore not excreted by the liver and kidney. It is not classified as a benzodiazapine!
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It will show up as Carisoprodol: muscle relaxant, CNS depressant. Or it
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Drug tests can detect any type of alcohol, prescription or street drug one may be taking. Some types of drugs that are found on drug tests are marijuana, cocaine, opiates and antidepressants
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BARBITUATE! I DRUG TEST TOO! SO I KNOW AND IT TAKES 3 DAYS TO GET IT OUTTA UR SYSTEM VICODIN IS OPIATE Source(s): YEARSSSSS OF PAROLE AND DRUG TESTS
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