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  airforce987  |  20

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  karmaslave  |  20

14- It's common if you are on medications since some side effects show in the urine. We also don't know if the OP had some other reason for needing that checked.

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I dropped my urine sample on the ground one time when I was around 7. Just go tell the doctor you dropped it. They don't even need it because it only says if you have diabetes or something (don't really remember it since I was 7..) but yea op u don't need to worry the pee sample isn't the main reason you're at the doctor hopefully

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  bitchslapped22  |  11

If it was for a drug test it could easily be thought as an excuse in the doctor's perspective. But seeing as it's a physical like she said, I think she's just embarressed.

By  DgLaw9  |  10

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#5 is right. Doctor's offices really shouldn't have any carpets, seeing as how many sick people come through there. Chances are that a lot more "accidents" happen in there - people bleeding, throwing up, having diarrhea... Heck, if people bring along their sick kids because the whole family is suffering from mystery flu, the kids will be crawling through a carpet of germs and nastiness...

By  JHandAC  |  18

Okay, here's the plan: Grab a heavy, blunt object. Smack a hole in the wall. Throw the sample cup on the ground. When the doctor comes in tell him that a giant *insert word here* crashed through the wall, threw your urine sample on the ground, and left. If he doesn't believe you, run through the hole. It's FOOLPROOF!

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