i smoke weed what will he do?? i am not even on a pain contract . i get 7.5s and i will have them in my system when he tests me to make sure i am not selling them .. i think they only will trip if you get drunk alot ... its my second month getting my script do you think i will be in trouble??
It is really hard to say what he will do since you have no signed contract. He can refuse to treat you though. He may just counsel you the first time and warn you if you test positive again that he would have to stop prescribing the perc's. So if he tests you, you will most likley be "in trouble" but what the consequences will be is hard to say.
You will most likely will be signing a contract as this is part of the new Federal Regulations for doctors to follow if they want to prescribe pain meds. They also have to be certified in certain classes about pain control meds etc... My family doctor has quit prescribing them at all because after blood testing all patients on pain pill prescriptions, only 50% came back positive, meaning 50% were selling them on the street! Sensding all pain patients to a Pain Center...
Dear Russ argue:
I have been with the same pain management specialist for over 5 years when I first went I was not required to sign a contract but shortly after that All patients must sign and keep up-to-date form on file, all prescriptions are xeroxed and she has a notice up if you do anything like selling your meds, you abuse the medication or fail to follow the guidelines then the doctor will discharge you from her care, she has a degree in internal medicine + took extra courses in treatment of Pain management, she is a Proffessor at the University so your doctor may talk with you and as Mary said he/she may have you sign a pain contract as Laurie said it's difficult to say but I do wish you the very best!
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