nah, esterified test can be detected for a while. Various esters/ drugs can be detected based on amt of time it takes for drug (and metabolites) to exit system (for hormones that are highly fat soluble such as 19-nors, this will take a while).
is it bloods or a piss test? If it’s a piss test get a good friend to piss in a jar for you, switch it out when being tested.
How old are you? If you’re parents are this intrusive and you’re 20+ I’d leave home if possible regardless. While AAS isn’t a healthy decision to make, there’s a certain point where one should be able to make their own decisions absent of parental consent/ approval, regardless of how stupid or irresponsible they may be. Parenting is merely a tool used to guide individuals (if done correctly) on the right path so they have the tools to grow up as an independent, successful adult when they come of age. However if you’re past a certain age, yet you still have overbearing, helicopter parents, the only way out (typically) is to pack up and leave. Granted I’m no expert on this, and am unqualified to be giving out any type of advice, so take what I say with a grain of salt.
The kids I know with very overbearing, overprotective parents (one of my good friends is 18, his mother won’t let him out of her sight, evangelical christian, extremely overprotective type) from my observations, actually end up being far naughtier/rebellious than those who have been brought up by more… normal parents. The dude (and understandably) can’t wait to go to college…
If you’re like 16-17 then… Should’ve thought of potential consequences/outcomes of you’re actions beforehand
Should say though, rebellion tends to come hand in hand with being a teenager (for some people). I’m quite the rebellious young whippersnapper myself (I dislike authority when it comes to said individuals abusing their power over the weak and/or helpless, and many times certain environments… say school… irritate the shit out of me and thus I don’t follow rules of which make no sense).
The state (in the country) I reside in has some of the most absurd driving laws. For one to be able to drive without an accompanying adult in the car they’re required to be at least 18 (have drive many, MANY hours, taken numerous tests etc). I’ve been driving since around age 8 (started with quad-bikes/dirt bikes, onto cars, tractors etc at about age 15), that and I generally have what some would consider above average spacial awareness, and thus have always been a very good driver), when I finally got my permit to drive independently I find out I’m only allowed to drive with one passenger in the car (between ages of 16-22)… Seriously, fuck that. I’ve driven with 5+ passengers prior to getting my permit. Then there’s other rules regarding school uniform policy dictating stupid shit like what socks one can and can’t wear, one isn’t allowed to pull out their cellular device under any circumstance, even if it’s to text parental guardians/family, check the weather (even during lunch), rules existing for the specific type of shoes one must wear etc, individuals caught out are legitimately punished, it’s infuriating and is a violation of one’s basic rights. While one can argue “school is an environment… they’re trying to keep the roads safe” blablabla, my counter argument is “if I’m legally considered an adult, I should have rights over my phone (especially during breaks) and what clothes I wear so long as they aren’t obscene and I’m not in an environment in which I’m employed by a large coorperation. I only use my phone to listen to music regardless. Secondly, with regard to road safety, numerous other states and countries exist without the ridiculous, nanny-state regulations with excellent road safety and low death rates, the restrictions put among drivers here is retarded and change ought to be implemented.”