So long as you are legal and only taking perscription medical drugs, not to worry, right?
It is at least possible that once a judge is involved a drug test might come up, but in a civil matter it would be more remote than it would be in a criminal case.
Why worry? It sounds like your opponent is pulling out all the stops.
It is hard to see what possible relevance steroid use would have to a declaration of invalidity action. The Court has the power to order a drug test, but a judge won't do this unless there is a reason. If child custody is an issue it might be relevant. If the only issue is the validity of the marriage, I can't see how your drug use would be relevant.
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