Steroid Testing

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Dynamic Testing Solutions offers convenient and affordable anabolic steroid testing with the most sensitive and sophisticated technology to provide highly accurate results.

Steroid testing is done with a urine sample, so please be prepared to provide a sufficient sample or you may be required to stay for up to three hours.

 

Comparable to WADA  (World Anti-Doping Agency) Tests.

Comprehensive Steroid Panel- Test Panel List is updated to include new prohormones and designer steroids. 

1-Androstendiol

Epitestosterone

Nandrolone

1-Androsendione

Ethisterone

19-Norandrostadiendione

4-Androstendiol

Ethylestrenol

19-Norandrostendione

4-Androstendione

Fluoxymesterone

Norbolethone

5-Androstendiol

Formebolone

Norclostebol

5-Androstendione

Formestane

Norethandrolone

Bolandiol (Norandrostendiol)

Furazabol

Oxabolone

Bolasterone

Halodrol

Oxandrolone

Boldenone

4 Hydroxy-testosterone

Oxymesterone

Boldione

Mestanolone

Oxymetholone

Calusterone

Mesterolone

Probenecid

Clenbuterol

Methandriol

Prostanozol

Clostebol

Methandrostenolone

Quinbolone

Danazol

Methasterone

Stanozolol

Dehydrochlormethlytestosterone

6-Methylandrostendione

Stenbolone

Desoxymethyltestosterone

Methyl-1-testosterone

Testolactone

5a-Dihydrotestosterone

Methylnortestosterone

1-Testosterone

Drostandiol

Methyltestosterone

Testosterone

Drostanolone

Mibolerone

Trenbolone

Diuretic Panel- Test Panel Updated Periodically 

Aceazolamide

Chlorothiazide

Hydrochlorothiazide

Amiloride

Clopamide

Hydroflumethiazide

Bumethanide

Cyclothiazide

Spironolactone

Bendroflumethiazide

Dichlorphenamide

Triamterene

Canrenone

Ethacrynic Acid

Chlorthalidone

Furosemide

Stimulant Panel- Test Panel Updated Periodically  

Adrafinil

Famprofazone

Modafinil

Amfepramone

Fencamfamine

Nikethamide

Amiphenazole

Fenethylline

Norfenfluramine

Amphetamine

Fenfluramine

Octopamine

Amphetaminil

Fenproporex

Parahydroxyamphet-amine

Benzphetamine

Heptaminol

Phendimetrazine

Benzylpiperazine

I-Methanphetamine

Phenmetrazine

Cathine (Norpseudoephedrine)

Menfenorex

Phentermine

Clobenzorex

Mephentermine

4-Phenylpiracetam

Cocaine

Methamphetamine

Propylhexedrine

Dimethylamphetamine

Methylenedioxyam-phetamine

Selegiline

Ephedrine

Methylenedioxyam-amphetamine (MDMA)

Sibutramine

Ethamivan(Etamivan)

Methylephedrine

Stychnine

Ethylamphetamine

Methylphenidate

What are anabolic steroids?

Androgenic-anabolic steroids (AAS) are a class of steroid hormones with dual pharmacological actions: androgenic (promote development of male sexual characteristics) and anabolic (increase nitrogen retention, protein synthesis, and muscle growth in the body). Testosterone, the principal endogenous AAS, is produced in the testes by males and in the adrenal glands by both males and females. Synthetic AAS are the chemical alterations of testosterone. They are designed to slow down metabolism in the body, enhance or reduce either anabolic or androgenic properties relative to testosterone, improve bioavailability and prolong the action of the drug. AAS have limited medical use, but are abused as performance enhancing drugs in sports and more recently in some professional areas, where strong muscular appearance is important. In the general population, especially among adolescents and young adults, AAS are abused as a cosmetic tool helping to create attractive muscular bodies and to improve the physique. AAS have been classified as Schedule III Controlled Substances in the United States since 1991. Side effects include suppression of endogenous hormone production, gynecomastia (female type breast growth in males), acne, liver toxicity, mood swings, aggression, infertility and masculinization in females: deepening of the voice, male type hair growth.

What are prohormones and designer steroids?

The number of available prescription anabolic steroids has not changed since the late 1960’s. However, since 1997 many new AAS have been released into circulation as nutritional supplements. They are commonly known as prohormones and designer steroids. The term Prohormone has been used during the last decade to designate a substance (dietary supplement), which readily converts in the body into an illegal anabolic steroid. The most common prohormones are precursors of such anabolic steroids as testosterone, nandrolone (19-nortestosterone) and boldenone (1-dehydrotestosterone). These prohormones are now specifically banned and are included as an amendment to the Controlled Substances Act of January 2005. More recent generations of anabolic dietary supplements feature synthetic designer anabolic steroids. Most of them were developed and studied more than 40 years ago, but have never been approved or marketed as legitimate drugs. As such, they have not been specifically listed as Controlled Substances. Legislation is catching up with these designer steroids as well.

How long can steroids be detected in urine?

Detection time may vary from a few days (short-term pill) to as long as 12-18 months (oil-based injection), depending on the pharmacological form used, route of administration, length of usage and quantity. Individual differences may also contribute to the duration of the drug in the body. Test results cannot show when the drug was used, i.e. how long before the urine was collected.

What are diuretics?

Diuretics elevate the rate of bodily urine excretion (diuresis). All diuretics increase the excretion of water from the body, although each class of diuretics does so in a distinct way employing different mechanisms of action. Use of diuretics is prohibited in sports. Increased urine flow would reduce concentrations of banned performance enhancing substances in urine such as anabolic steroids, thus complicating their detection in doping control (masking). In sports where weight categories are involved diuretics are abused as weight reducing agents. Diuretic abuse in sports is unethical and dangerous for athlete health (dehydration). Diuretic testing is a part of routine doping control in sports.

What are stimulants?

Stimulants are psychoactive drugs that induce temporary improvements in mental and/or physical function. The effects of stimulants include enhanced alertness, wakefulness, endurance, productivity and motivation; increased arousal, locomotion, heart rate/blood pressure; and a perception of a diminished requirement for food and sleep. Stimulants include the following: amphetamine, methamphetamine, cocaine and ecstasy (MDMA), which are classified as drugs of abuse in the US; ephedrine and its derivatives, which can be found in many cold medications; and many other prescription drugs and illicit substances used worldwide. Stimulant abuse can lead to addiction and is eventually destructive to human health.


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