The best rule to follow is to consider that SARMs can be in your urine for up to 30 days after you had your last dosage.
That’s quite a lot of time, so plan accordingly if you know you are going to undergo a SARM drug test.
Passing A SARMs Drug Test
You’ve got two choices; either not taking any SARMs for 30 days before your test, or getting yourself some synthetic urine!.
It is not recommended you do this as an athlete, though, as you don’t want to ruin your chances.
But for the regular guys who just want to get through a test and all they are really interested in doing is boosting their bodybuilding, then synthetic urine really exists!
What about Normal Military Drug Test – Do They Test For SARMs?
The military doesn’t often test for SARMs in your system. You would have to actually tell them you take SARMs if you wanted them to discover it.
Working for the military, they would write a letter to the drug testing agency actually requesting a urinalysis for SARMs.
Usually, the military doesn’t test for SARMs unless they have a solid suspicion. It’s because it’s a specific test.
Remember, too, as we said above, testing for SARMs obviously costs a lot of extra money.
If in the military you are in a unit where they don’t regularly waste money on things like that, they are likely not going to test you even if you have made it obvious you take SARMs.
Unless, of course, there is someone in your command that is determined to catch you out.
In closing here, yes, SARMs will be detected on a specific military drug test if, in the past 10 days, you have taken at least three SARMs dosages.
SARMs Can Be Detected By Specific Military Drug Test
But for a normal military drug test, they won’t be detected.
So the only way that you could get caught for SARMs is if they know for sure you are taking them because you have told them or for some other reason and they want to check through a specific SARM military drug test.
This is rare though. There are plenty of people in the military who use SARMs actively and who don’t get caught.
It’s because the specific SARMs tests are very rare and they are also expensive.
Besides, the normal military drug test doesn’t detect SARMs. At ease!
Most people, probably 99% of people reading this article don’t probably have much to worry about regarding drug tests, and SARMs showing up.
If you are not abusing the real illegal substances that the tests were created for, then you don’t have much to worry about with SARMs.
In some cases, athletes might even be consuming contaminated dietary supplements unknowingly.
Brian Ahrens says “The levels of SARMs we are detecting in many positive drug testing cases are low enough that one can speculate the source of these substances coming from supplement contamination.”
A good way to minimize the risk of supplement contamination with SARMs is to ensure you source only third-party tested and certified supplements.
SARMs were originally designed as a way to prevent muscle wasting in patients who suffered from cancer or end-stage renal disease.
That sounds wonderful indeed, and yet SARMs, to date, have not been approved for clinical use.
In fact, they are considered “unapproved drugs” at this stage.
If you do a quick online search for SARMs, you will discover that they are being promoted and sold as supplements.
But the FDA picked this up and recalled some products being sold as supplements.
The FDA has not approved or reviewed SARMs for safety or effectiveness.
So do SARMS show up on a drug test? Yes, but really only on tests that are specifically designed to test for SARMs.
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