Soma, Trazodone, and Seroquel need special panels to show up on a test. They are not routinely tested for (Soma is starting to be tested for more often lately though)
Adderall, Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium, Percocet, codeine, and dihydrocodeine will all show up on a common 7-panel test (Klonopin is a bit flaky, and sometimes has false negatives, but don't count on it.). Most drug tests are 7-panel.
If it's an old-fashioned 5-panel NIDA test, only codeine and Adderall will show up. This is pretty much obsolete except for certain Federal job situations where it is mandated by law (such as getting a commercial driver's license)
Make sure to tell whoever is doing the test what you are prescribed. You can't fail a test because of prescribed substances (with proof of valid rx)
Last edited by audacity; 05-17-2012 at 11:37 PM.
"Tolerance to the anxiolytic effects (of BZD's) probably does not occur"