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    Help! I am testing positive for THC!
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    An_241921 posted:
    Hello. I was a chronic pot smoker for years but have recently gotten in trouble with the law and have been attending drug court which involves multiple drug screens a week. For the past two months now I have been clean and all my tests have been showing low levels of THC. This week, my counselor told me that my tests have detected a "Re-use" level of THC and I am possibly facing jail time. The problem is I have been clean for almost 2 months now and do not understand why my THC levels have gone up. I am being honest when I say I have been clean and do not understand why the results are coming back positive. I paid to get my test re-tested because I truly believe there must have been a mistake. I am afraid the re-test will come back positive as well and I will have to go to jail. I am scared and been rambling my brain as to why my THC levels have gone up!! I need some advice! Please help!
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