Is Ritalin Detected in Drug Testing?

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In a standard drug testing screen, Ritalin is not detected. However, Ritalin can be detected in an intense form of drug testing. This particular form of drug testing is often used by military personnel.
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Yes Ritalin can be detected in a drug test but as long as you have a prescription to take Ritalin from your doctor you will have nothing to worry about!
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