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Although incredibly risky, the substitution method can work. You simply give the lab clean urine that does not belong to you. This can work very well if you are not supervised. Members in active duty are often watched as the urine flows from source to destination. Abbie Hoffman, author of "Stealing This Urine Test," suggested leaving a few drops of urine on the seat or on your shoe for "an added measure of authenticity."

There are three primary methods of substitution, but two of them are painful. The most common way to sneak in urine is in a concealed container.

9.1 Concealed Container

Simply conceal the urine on your person. The first time you are alone with the container they give you, dump in your concealed urine. Be sure you can quietly open the container, as the lab personnel may be just outside the door listening. You may be required to change into a gown. If so, a condom or douche bag holding the sample and taped around the thigh can be concealed under the gown.

You can also run a plastic line from a flexible container and tape it to your urination equipment (to be gender neutral), and even urinate under supervision. Females have been known to keep a condom with the urine sample in their vagina, and prick it with a sharp fingernail to piss under supervision. Be sure to keep the sample between 91 and 97 degrees.

9.2 Injection

There's a way to use substitution even when you're under the strictest supervision. Athletes trying to pass tests for anabolic steroids have been known to empty their bladders, and have the substituted urine injected directly into their bladders via needle. While theoretically possible, it's painful and easily subject to infection. It would certainly be the most senseless way to get clean urine into the tester’s bladder. If this must be done, catheterization should be used.

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9.3 Catheterization:

People who choose this route run a thin plastic tube to the bladder (males must insert the tube into the opening of the penis, go through the urethra and into the bladder). Catheterization for females is not as unpleasant as it is for males. Catheterization is less painful, safer and more effective than the Injection method. Infection is still possible, and NeonJoint strongly discourages these approaches.

9.4 Urine from a Donor

Many test takers attempt to “borrow” someone else’s urine. Always ask your urine donor (hopefully a friend you can trust) what drugs they've taken in the last month. They may have taken a false positive (or a true positive for that matter). Before the test, the examiner will likely ask you to list everything you've taken. If the urine ages beyond 18 hours, deterioration becomes noticeable and the lab will likely suspect tampering.

9.5 Powdered Urine

If you don't trust your friend's sample or don't have any clean friends, you can get powdered urine from Martha Butterfield-Jay Foundation. It's produced by Byrd Labs, and supposedly works perfectly. Powdered urine must be prepared ahead of time. If there is a period of time that you are clean, you can actually make powdered urine from your own supply.

9.6 Making Your Own Powdered Urine

Urinate in a glass container. Let it evaporate, then scrape the inside for the concentrate. Just mix it with water before the test, and the sample will have the correct specific gravity, pH, color, etc.

9.7 Dog Urine

Dr. Grow has suggested that canine urine can be substituted, and will pass the test. NeonJoint unfortunately has research ahead of us to ultimately confirm or deny these affirmations.