SARMs are popular among bodybuilders and those who want to get a fit physique. Since they don’t function the same way as steroids, they do not readily show up on a a normal drug test.

The presence of SARMs is not found in a normal CDT (compulsory drug testing) and standardized testing, so they will not show up on a drug test. CDT only tests for basic recreational drugs such as marijuana or cocaine. 

The only time SARMs are tested for is if you’re in a competitive sport or if an employer or the military asks for a direct test for SARMs, steroids, and other substances. In these tests, SARMs will definitely show up.

How Long Do SARMs Stay in Urine?

Urine tests are the most cost-effective method of testing for drugs, so if it’s a standard test for common drugs, you have nothing to worry about. However, it’s best to know how long SARMs last in urine.

The half-life of SARMs does not equate to their detection times in the body. Ostarine and Ligandrol have similar half-lives, but Ostarine stays in the urine for nine days, while Ligandrol is only excreted after twenty-two days. 

On average, SARMs can stay in urine for a month after your last dosage. You should plan accordingly if you’re going to be tested specifically for SARMs.

About the author 

Simon Courtney

Simon has been involved in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. He has served on the board of several healthcare non-profits and has written numerous articles on health and wellness. He is passionate about helping people improve their health and lives. Simon currently resides in New York City with his wife and two children.

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