How to Pass a Blood Test?

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There are products on the market which claim to be able to help you pass a blood test. However, the best way to pass a blood test looking for drugs is not to take the drugs in the first place. Some illegal substances can stay in your blood for up to seven days.
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Passing blood can happen in variety of ways. Someone may pass blood in their stool and this can be the sign of an infection or even a perforation in the colon. Sometimes the blood may just be a result of a rectal fissure. Women pass blood and often clots via their menstrual period. Some clots are normal during a period, but clots that come with heavy bleeding and pain, or are larger than a golf ball need immediate medical attention.
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