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Thanks guys. It is weird for me. See ive been doing them on and off for years and i kind of worked out ways to cheat them lol if i was naughty and smoked i knew if i didn't smoke for 3 hours befor the test it would always be negative well for me that would be between 0 and 2. I know you can get carbon monoxide from other places but have alarms at home all clear their i dont drive and its a short walk to the clinic.my next test is next week just going to see if its going up ect. Its funny the lady keeps saying its ok to have a laps just take one day at a time. Might just come clean next visit. i'll let you know how it goes. P.S cheat only works if you have only smoked one cig that day then wait 3 or so hours eg dosn't work if you have smoked more befor hand.
So for the bnext one have a nasty just before (act all apologetic and say you lapsed). The time after that bask in the glow of praise for your low readings
Post by domesticextremist on Mar 28, 2012 23:43:03 GMT
Well it's kind of true - it's known as a minimum freezing azeotrope - the water freezes out partially and the remaining liquor has a higher concentration of the other component. Not sure if it works for alcohol, but certainly does for vinegar (maybe that's what he made ) Same happens during distillation, where the maximum boiling azoetrope has 4% water (iirc) - you can't make absolute alcohol just by distilling alone.
Post by domesticextremist on Mar 28, 2012 23:36:14 GMT
How was it tested - did they do a blood test or just clamp one of those blood oxygen meters onto your finger? The latter are good, but only if well calibrated. I haven't been tested since vaping, but I do notice I don't get so tired or out of breath. It is always possible that you have another source of CO in your environment e.g boiler or cooker - you can get little test strips from the hardware store to check for that (I've seen them in Wickes in the plumbing section).
I would be shocked and surprised if the CO was coming from vaping.