Transmetron recognizes that sometimes parents need to test their children. Often, it is best to have a child tested at a professional collection facility. This prevents cheating, damaging misunderstandings, and false accusations. Overall, the accuracy provided at an Transmetron Drug Testing will minimize the damage inflicted to a parent-child relationship. Our staff are professionaly, yet personable and discreet.
Even when parents discover that their child is using drugs, subsequent tests can be misread and inflict damage on the parent-child relationship. For example, a teenager who stopped using marijuana several weeks ago can still test positive for up to a month after their last use. That is why it is important to have a lab test that shows exect levels or get a THC levels test with approximate levels. Each test can show if your child or young adult is actually getting clean.
If your child does show up positive for drugs, our personable staff can help guide a parent or guardian with a preventative program for their teen.
There are many drugs used today by teens. Some are "experimental drugs" others are common and been around for a long time.
Other questions parents may ask: How long does a drug stay in their system? What are the signs or symtoms of drug abuse?
The latest drug use for teens statistics are enough to frighten any parent. It is no wonder that, with increasing frequency, parents are turning to at-home testing and intervention solutions.
Unfortunately, there are numerous ways to cheat an at-home drug test. Professional testing clinics, including Transmetron, test thoroughly for dilution, adulterants, temperature, and other 'cheats.' This is not possible to do with an at-home test.
Transmetron locations further prevent cheating by collecting urine samples in rooms with secured water sources and in which the toilet water has been dyed blue. The room is empty and cleared of all potential adulterants, including soap and cleaning agents. Individuals who are being tested are required to wash their hands, ensuring that nothing can be added to the specimen.
Furthermore, a child who has never touched drugs can test positive on an at-home drug test. Eating certain foods and taking certain medications can cause false positives. For example, poppy seeds can show a positive opiate result and certain ADHD medications can register as methamphetamines. Transmetron provides review services that can evaluate the test result and potential causes for false positives, assuring you that the drug test result you get is accurate!.