Ok, I get your puzzlement, but I think it was clear that I didn't mean there wasn't ANY governing body, just that it's not as simple as you'd mentioned. It was initially suggested I don't talk to my national body as they aren't in any way involved - it's between me and the WADA lab (I don't make the rules on this).
So far, I was led to believe that it was WADA that decides on these cases, it turns out WADA doesn't. I talked to the head of the whole organization (I don't want to list it until the ruling is final) who had said his hands are tied by the labs ruling, which apparently isn't quite true but that's not really the point. The point is I haven't taken anything (intentionally/knowingly) so I'd like to know what happened. They test the same sample twice with different tests (it makes sense, but means the costs for thorough testing of both A and B sample are pretty astronomical) so any contamination would effect both tests, though I agree it's less likely that a contaminated supplement (the guy who was taking the samples didn't know what he was doing... I didn't bother mentioning it because it's irrelevant now and I didn't want bore everyone with endless details). The last message I received in relation to this mentioned that if I had proof of contaminated supplement, I might have some grounds for appeal, so that's where I'm looking.
I listed the supplements above, so I'm not sure if you think there's something suspicious in there, but my plan now is to buy a kit for testing and while it's probably not infallible it should help me narrow down my choices. Then I send them off to the lab
I'm surprised that there would be no visible indication of steroid usage, but I'll have to take your word for it as this is all pretty new to me. But, anyway, I'm grateful for your feedback. Thanks for taking the time.