>From the USATF website:
Thanks for clarifying the process (guess I should have confirmed it first).
Also of relevance to those who keep harping on the "it's not on the banned list, therefore it is ok" routine, I notice question 7:
http://www.usatf.org/about/legal/antido ... Q.shtml#Q7
"Should I be concerned about positive test if the medication I'm taking isn't on the Prohibited List?
Yes, you should be concerned because there is no complete list for prohibited substances. New names and new products are available daily, and foreign drugs may not appear in U.S. drug reference books. The list of prohibited substances is subject to change without notice. In addition, drugs not listed or different formulations of the same brand name may not be allowed. For any of these reasons, a "complete" or "safe" list is not available for distribution. You should call USADA's Drug Reference Hotline at 800-233-0393 to find out the current status of any substance you may consider taking."