If you test negative for a drug you are suppose to be taking but you can prove that you haven't sold them because you still have them but didn't like the side effects and were scared of them so you just took them as needed like the bottle says. Would most doctors understand and give you a second chance? I have been his patient for 14 years with no other problems. Do they usually notify you by letter or wait until your next appt.? It's been 17 days.
If you have been seeing this Dr for 14 years and you have a good relationship with him, I would just take the meds in on your next appt to prove that you still have them and just not taking them very often. It is kind of unfair to test when you are only using as needed. Did you tell them when you tested that you only take as needed and when your last dose was? I think if you bring a bottle with meds in it to prove that they are still in your possesion and talk to him he will see that you are not diverting the drugs. I think you and he need to have a conversation about your fears of side effects and such. If he were to drop you as a patient, they will notify you by certified letter.
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