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havnaroughone posted:
I used to use marijuana on a regular basis, my rational was anxiety/depression. after several years of use I realized it only made matters worse. I quit at the end of February and felt better. however a friend came home from the military this month and he wanted me to smoke, dumb move I know but I it twice on the fifth and sixth of this month. Now I have a drug test for a job which uses SAMSHA standards. I am 26 5' 9" 160lbs with a fast metabolism and I work a physically demanding job every day. I took two first check home drug screens @ 50ng/ml passed both of them, one on Monday the other today (Thursday 23rd). Then I took the test this afternoon. I know their are many factors including first urine of the day (all 3 tests were performed in the afternoon after about 4-5 urinations). I would just like to know what my chances are of passing both the 50ng/ml and 15ng/ml test. As well as the frequency of both tests being used. I drank a normal level of water. I'm sorry for asking such a lame question but I don't trust stoner sites or sites trying to sell some bogus detox. I am more calm and happy with never smoking again, and I know I blew it I just wasn't expecting to be tested. this job could be a great opportunity and I wont know results till tomorrow at the earliest Wednesday at the latest.
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