urine test but ive been taking them on and off for moths and years but recently my doctor moved to casa grande but i do have alot of military problems from serving in the military helping out & having over 10 years of surgrey and severe medical problem's but i fell on my title floor recently and blackout once from hitting my head this last month and ive seen other pain dr's also but the will not help me so my primary dr. referring me said you were the best pain dr. to be also i proof of mri's and old pill bottles with still medication in them but this week ive had to ask a relative to borrow just a couple pain med's just so it would make the pain go away i wish.
You didn't say where you live. Maybe Tucson? If so not too far a drive about 40 miles. I'd still go to him if it were me. Now if you are in Phoenix that's about 60 miles, but what's another 20miles at 75 MPH!My brother lives in Tucson & has a great Pain Doc who is not afraid of prescribing his meds. If you need or want his # I can get it for you. Like I said, I do not know where you live, but are you close by?Let me know if I can be of any help to you... Oh, & friend me & I will you & this can be done in private.
If you are in Phoenix, I know the names and numbers of a few really good clinics. You can let me know if you want them. Most new pain docs will do an initial urine drug screen. I would give it a good 5-7 days to get it out of your system. anything you can prove you had a previous script for is fine but if you dont have a script dont have it in your system when you go.
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