Doctors can test for pretty much any medicine that you are on depending on how long after taking the medicine (pill, patch, etc) the urine test was performed. Some drugs leave the body in a few days while others take a few weeks to fully get out of the body. So yes I believe a doctor could but I have never heard of someone testing for this on a urine test.
No, they will not.
It can be that you are not drinking enough water. Drink more water, hydrate yourself and if the problem persists, you may want to consult a doctor.
No. Progesterone is the primary ingredient in most birth control pills and there are numerous ways to manufacture a synthetic version of it. Pregnant mare's urine is used for menopausal wome
They test your urine to see if you may be pregnant, but no drug tests.
A drug test or a Urine test can detect just about anything that is in your system, whether it be legal or illegal. A drug test can detect whether or not you are taking birth control.
no, but some hormone pills like birth control pills affect the urine pH, and lab can find out if male use female urine
get real..it may interfere with birth control pills tho so be careful
a technique that is sometimes used to collect urine from infants younger than six months. The doctor withdraws urine from the bladder into a syringe through a needle inserted through the skin over the bladder.
You have no option; you must get to your doctor or find a doctor who can see you. If something is draining out of the vagina that is enough of a concern; if you are actually passing urine that way then something is seriously ruptured.
To get started on the birth control patch, the health care provider will take a medical history from you and check your blood pressure to make sure you're a good candidate for the patch. These days, you may be offered a physical exam, but it is not required. Getting tested for STDs at that time, usually through a urine test, makes sense.
No, the birth canal (vagina) where a baby exits a woman's body is a separate opening from the one where urine leaves. The urethra, which carries urine, has a very small opening in front of the vaginal opening.