that is a bit yucky! I would think the meds would have been broken down by your body but the Dr would know better.
Also, coffee grounds have nitrogen and they are great for composting, I get mine from Starbucks. That is better than pee on the compost pile. The used coffee attracts worms and helps the compost pile decompose faster etc. I would not pee on it, it might attract animals too. Plus it is yucky.
a link on coffee for the garden
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The meds in drinking water are usually a result of people improperly disposing of unused meds via flushing them down the toilet. Any meds not filtered by the sewage plants would end up in our rivers & streams. Hence, plants also derive their water by this method I would think it safe to assume that they would absorb the meds.
So many other ways to add nitrogen to your soil, I would opt for the coffee grounds too. Unless of course you just wanted to park your husband in the dog house next to the compost pile for convience!:)
Please, Please ask your pharmacist about the proper way to dispose of drugs! Just think of the future generations and how it is gonna effect them the next time you flush your meds!