Male vs Female Urine
Certain trace hormones and hormone concentrations are different in men than in women. A sophisticated test can detect these hormones and determine the sex of the person the urine came from.
What about the differences between men’s urine and women’s urine? There are a few, but they’re subtle. The main difference is in the hormones. Certain trace hormones and hormone concentrations are different in men than in women. A sophisticated test can detect these hormones and determine the sex of the person the urine came from.
However, drug tests don’t concern themselves with these differences, and the hormones don’t even show up on most tests. Therefore, male urine could be substituted for female urine without detection in most cases, and vice versa. Unless it’s a sophisticated lab test, it’s unlikely anyone will notice the difference.
The only major difference between the sexes in terms of drug tests is in substance concentration—and even that doesn’t always hold true. Because women tend to be smaller and weigh less than men, drugs and other substances will often show up in higher concentrations on their tests. If a man and a woman both smoke the same amount of THC, the woman’s test will show higher amounts. On the other hand, in the case of a larger woman and a smaller man, the reverse would be true.
There’s a delicate balance to your urine. What it has in it can tell a person a lot about who you are and what you do. So what’s in your urine?
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