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Hair Unknown Substance

The Unknown Substance Hair Analysis will determine the presence of drugs in hair. This analysis is typically requested if someone ingested an unidentified substance that is suspected to be a drug. Most people requesting a Hair Drug analysis request a detection window for up to 90 days, depending upon the length of hair collected. The scan will only report what is found in the hair and does not provide quantitative levels for findings. Testing can be done using biological samples such as blood, urine, hair, and nail, or you may consider submitting a food or beverage sample for analysis.

Test results cannot be used as evidence in forensic-based / criminal cases.

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The Unknown Substance Hair Analysis will determine the presence of drugs in hair. This analysis is typically requested if someone ingested an unidentified substance that is suspected to be a drug. Most people requesting a Hair Drug analysis request a detection window for up to 90 days, depending upon the length of hair collected. The scan will only report what is found in the hair and does not provide quantitative levels for findings. Testing can be done using biological samples such as blood, urine, hair, and nail, or you may consider submitting a food or beverage sample for analysis.

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FAQs

Is a doctor's order required?

No. You do not need to provide a doctor’s order to get lab testing done at Any Lab Test Now.

When will I get my test results?

Test results generally take 10 business days after your sample has been received by the lab.

Do I need to make an appointment?

No. You can walk in for same day testing. We make it easy for you by offering work-friendly hours.

If I have questions about my tests results who should I contact?

We recommend you share your results with your physician.

CAN MY TEST RESULTS BE USED IN A CRIMINAL MATTER?

No, test results cannot be used as evidence in a criminal matter.  Consult with your attorney for any other type of potential case prior to testing.