49 CFR Part 40 requires that a donor be allowed up to three hours after an initial failed attempt to produce a sufficient urine specimen. During this time, the donor may drink up to 40 ounces of fluid spread over the three hour period. For this reason, many collection sites have a cutoff time for accepting new donors for urine drug test collections. Shy bladder process.
If a donor has a “shy bladder,” how long can s/he stay at the collection site to provide a urine specimen?
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