Diluted Specimen

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What is a diluted specimen?

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Dilution is the process of reducing the concentration of drug metabolites in a urine sample.

This can be attempted a number of ways including:

1. External dilution: The act of adding some liquid to your urine sample after the urine has been removed from your body.

2. Internal dilution: The act of drinking excessive fluids prior to giving the urine sample.

Internal dilution can also be caused by excessive consumption of natural diuretics such as coffe, soda pop, medications, etc.

Modern drug testing can detect either of these efforts by checking the amount of natural creatinine in the urine sample. If it is abnormally low this is a red flag on your drug test and may result in additional drug testing via hair, saliva or blood.

See also: Negative drug test result , False negative drug test result , False positive drug test result , Postive drug test result , True positive drug test result , Diluted specimen drug test result

For more drug testing information see

  • Drug Test Glossary
  • Drug Testing Information
  • Drug test detection times
  • Drug testing cutoff levels
  • Drug test results

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