Louisville Drug Testing Services
Accurate, Affordable Drug Testing Near Louisville
Regardless of the reason—and there are many viable reasons—to drug test, Fastest Labs of East Louisville strives to be fast and budget-friendly. We also aim for reliability, even in the short amount of time it takes to draw results. Whether drug, alcohol, DNA, or DOT testing, we’re able to see you within minutes and have the results in a day or two.
drug tests we offer
Fastest Labs of East Louisville offers many different methods to testing, none of which are necessarily better than the other.
- Urine – The most common type of drug testing, especially for employers, due to the test’s ability to detect drug usage within 10 days. Fastest Labs of East Louisville offers urine drug testing near you.
- Hair – For longer-term use than urine, our hair drug testing can detect drugs for at least 90 days.
- Saliva – The fastest method for drug test due to the traces remaining in saliva after ingesting a drug up to 24 hours.
- Nail – Due to a nail’s slow growth, this test can detect drug use for up to 8 months.
- Sweat/Skin – A different approach to drug testing, where we use a patch to monitor results on the skin over a few days.
You can find more information regarding each type of drug testing on our website or by visiting the service pages listed above. Whatever your preferred method, all of our tests are secure and someone from Fastest Labs of East Louisville is always present to avoid tampering.
Drugs that show up on a drug test
The drugs that show up on a drug test depend on the type of test being used and the substances that are being screened for. The most common type of drug test is a urine test, which can detect the presence of a variety of drugs, including:
- Marijuana (THC)
- Opioids (such as codeine, morphine, oxycodone, and heroin)
- Amphetamines (such as methamphetamine and MDMA)
- Benzodiazepines (such as Valium and Xanax)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
Hair tests can detect drug use for up to 90 days or more, and can detect the use of a wider range of drugs than urine or blood tests. Saliva tests are less common than urine or hair tests but can detect many of the same drugs as urine tests.
It's important to note that the specific drugs being tested for can vary depending on the reason for the test, the testing agency, and the country or state where the test is being administered.
Convenient and Confidential Drug Testing
At Fastest Labs of East Louisville, we recognize the importance of convenient and confidential drug testing. That's why we offer mobile drug testing services, where we come to your location to perform tests on-site. Our professionals ensure accurate and reliable results while maintaining the utmost privacy of the tested individuals.
Our Comprehensive Drug Testing Services Include:
- Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Secure your workforce by ensuring potential employees meet your drug-free standards.
- Random Drug Testing: Maintain an unwavering commitment to safety with unannounced drug tests at regular intervals.
- Post-Accident Drug Testing: Swiftly determine the role of substances in workplace accidents to prevent future occurrences.
- Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing: Act promptly when there are concerns about substance abuse among your employees.
Whether you are an employer, a school, or an individual in need of drug testing services, we have you covered. We collaborate with you to create a customized drug testing program that perfectly aligns with your unique needs and budget.
Choose Fastest Labs of East Louisville for fast, accurate, and confidential drug testing services. Our commitment is to provide you with a convenient, secure, and precise solution for all your drug testing needs.
Contact us today to schedule your on-site drug testing and experience the efficiency and confidentiality we bring to every test.
How Long Do Drug Test Results Take?
The turnaround time for drug test results can vary depending on several factors, including the type of drug test and the current workload of our testing facility. Here are some general guidelines for different types of drug tests:
Urine Drug Test: Urine drug test results typically take 1 to 3 business days. The urine sample is collected and sent to a laboratory for analysis. Once received at the lab, it undergoes screening and confirmation testing for the presence of drugs or their metabolites. The time required for analysis and reporting the results depends on the workload of the laboratory.
Saliva Drug Test: Saliva drug test results are usually available within 24 to 48 hours. The saliva sample is collected using a swab, and the analysis is performed either onsite or at a laboratory. The relatively quick processing time allows for faster result turnaround.
Hair Drug Test: Hair drug test results can take a bit longer compared to urine or saliva tests. It typically takes 1 to 5 business days to receive the results. Hair samples are collected and sent to a laboratory where they undergo a multi-step testing process to detect drug use patterns over an extended period.
If you're awaiting test results, please call us to get an accurate time estimate for your case.
Frequently Asked Questions
How accurate are drug tests?
Drug tests can be very accurate when conducted properly and analyzed by trained professionals. However, false positives and false negatives can occur in some cases, especially with certain types of tests or with improper handling of samples.
How long do drugs stay in your system?
The length of time that drugs stay in your system depends on a variety of factors, including the type of drug, the dose, how frequently the drug is used, and the individual's metabolism. Generally, drugs can be detected in urine for up to a few days to several weeks, in blood for up to a few days, in hair for up to 90 days or more, and in saliva for up to a few days.
Can you cheat a drug test?
While it is possible to try to cheat a drug test, it is generally not recommended as many methods of cheating can be detected by testing labs. Additionally, cheating on a drug test can have serious consequences, including loss of employment, legal repercussions, and damage to one's reputation.
Do over-the-counter medications and supplements show up on drug tests?
Some over-the-counter medications and supplements can cause false positives on certain drug tests, especially for opioids and amphetamines. It is important to disclose all medications and supplements being taken to the testing agency prior to the test.