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I’m female - can I use clean male urine?

Discussion in 'Drug testing discussion' started by georgiapeach, Oct 14, 2004.

  1. georgiapeach

    georgiapeach

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    HELP I have a drug test today. I know I won't be clean. Can I use clean male urine? Can they tell the difference? I hope someone replies soon. Thanks!
     
  2. BA

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    Gender cannot be tested . As with age, there is a
    rumor that gender can be detected in urine, and is tested in medical
    insurance exams. It's another myth. It may be argued that a pregnancy
    test can be used to detect the gender of the urine provider, but the same
    test is used to detect prostate cancer in males.



    So, I'd say no


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  3. granby140

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    i would think there is a certain way to tell. good luck anyhow
     
  4. Micklemouse

    Micklemouse Platinum Member & Advisor

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    A bit late for Georgiapeach(hope you passed!) but it is possible to test for sperm, testosterone and oestrogen levels in urine. Whether this is standard practice or not I don't know, but it's not really worth the chance.