Hello! I am a new nurse who happens to suffer from several chronic pain conditions. I am able to work to my full capacity but I do get help from prescribed medications. I recently was offered a position at a clinic but the offer is pending a drug test. I have never been drug tested before (despite working several direct patient roles over the decade) so Im a little nervous to what this entails. Currently my meds that I am concerned about are: nortriptyline 25-50mg QHS, Baclofen 10mg BID, oxycodone 5mg Q12H/PRN (I don't take nearly that amount, I split them), Imodium 1-2mg QID/PRN, Valium 5mg QHS/PRN (this is taken by alternate route and I only take half the dose and haven't taken it in a long time). So anyways, I know that since I legitimate scripts my medications shouldn't be too much of an issue, or would they? Anyone have any expierence with taking long term meds that may show up on a drug screen. My other concern is that I have seen varying info on weather Imodium shows up as a opioid on a drug screen. I take a large amount of this almost daily to help with a chronic GI issues, stopping it before a drug test is not an option. Has anyone here had an issue with it triggering a false positive? Also, I read that TCA's can trigger a false positive for amphetamines. I take this med for pain and GI issues so stopping it not an option either. Anyone know about this? If I trigger positives on my test does anyone know if they can test if further to rule out false positives? I know I have scripts for all of these meds and even the Imodium use is well documented so getting doctors notes won't be an issue, but I am worried about my new employer being notified about all of my medications (little TMI, and kinda embarrassing) and really would like to keep my medical history to myself. Sorry if this post seems a little silly, I am a little nervous about my first job an a RN and the drug test so I would appreciate a little advice (please no judgment).