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There are all kinds of reasons to drug test at home.
- To determine if someone you love is doing drugs.
- To help keep someone in the process of getting clean disciplined, Many rehab clinics incorporate drug testing into their programs.
- To see if someone who is in recovery is clean enough to pass a drug test for work or to test yourself. and most importantly!
- The 2010 National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Monitoring the Future drug survey found that there are more high school seniors smoking marijuana than cigarettes and 70% of drug use starts in the home medicine cabinet as early as 12 yrs old and can lead to other illicit drugs. Heroin overdose skyrocketed over 400% in the past 10 years and the drug landscape in the United States has shifted, with the abuse of controlled prescription drugs, fentanyl and heroin having “risen to epidemic levels,” the D.E.A.’s National Drug Threat Assessment survey of 2016 says.
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All of the urine drug tests are about 97-98% accurate. Any variances in accuracy (99% instead of 97% or 96% instead of 98%) just reflect the vigorous testing that each of the individual urine drug screens were put through. They are all FDA cleared and accurate.
These drug tests we sell are relied upon by government agencies, businesses, doctors, outpatient homes, and families everywhere due to their superior accuracy and reliability and are professional grade. The accuracy of each type of home drug test we sell vary in accuracy from 97-99%. In a urine sample containing drugs, the drugs will bind to the strip and prevent the formation of a line in the Test region. In a urine sample without drugs, the antibodies on the strip will react by producing a line. It is a thoroughly researched, tested and FDA cleared process, accepted by businesses and governments across America.
Yes. Our urine drug tests are entirely anonymous.
GC-MS stands for gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Our tests are not GC-MS tests. GC-MS is a more expensive and complicated laboratory process by which drugs are detected. If you have a positive (aka “non-negative”) result on any of our urine drug tests, you should confirm that result with a lab method like GC-MS. Typically, if the result is negative on one of our urine drug tests, there is no need to seek out further testing, GC-MS or otherwise. Please call our testing Hotline
No, using urine collected from a toilet will not work with these tests. The toilet water will dilute the urine to the point where the test won’t be able to pick up anything in it.
For the dip tests, you only need to put part of the test in the collected urine. For that to work properly the urine has to be at least a half inch deep.
The results from our urine screens cannot be used in court. To have a urine test hold up in court you generally need the involvement of a laboratory and a Medical Review Officer. What is required varies by court, state, etc. Please consult your lawyer for specific advice.
To get a positive on one of our urine drug screens, the sample just has to get over the hurdle of the detection level. It cannot tell the difference between someone who is testing positive on 3 pills and someone who is testing positive on 7 pills.
Almost all of our urine drug tests are designed to detect abuse levels. If someone is taking a medication as prescribed, they may not show as positive on one of our tests. The suboxone / buprenorphine test is designed to make sure people are taking their medicine though – its detection level is set low enough that it can help you track prescribed, aka therapeutic, use. Our suboxone tests are used by rehab clincs, for example.