I am not a chronic user. In fact it had been 33 or 34 days since I had last used and am not planning on using it ever again. But this was a random test and they are sending it to a hospital for further testing. Not sure what I should tell them when it comes back confirmed positive. They use RxGuardian tests. I have taken Promethegan for Neuesa which I have heard can cause a false positive but I have a feeling that they have some pretty sophisticated tests now that will tell the difference. Not sure if I should just call the DR. and come clean or if it will even matter if he will just drop me as a patient or if he has to as a matter of law or what? What do I have to look forward to? Thanks in advance for all of your help.
I think it really depends on the doctor. If you are honest with him, he may let it slide one time. Then again he maynot, but if you don't tell him the truth and it comes back positive then you are almost guaranteed he will have to let you go. THC stays in the body's fat cells along time so that is why you could test positive. If it were me, I would let him know that you used one time and will not use again.
Hopefully, you will get some more responses here. I'm not sure what the laws are in Florida and just how this doctor may have to respond. I just always feel that honesty is the best policy.
Annual Tear: I agree with everyone about your situation. The doctor will be able to tell there is THC in your urine, and also, how much, which is to say that if you used it a month ago, they will be able to tell. The other thing that I wanted to add was to offer to give urine tests EVERYTIME you come in. That will relieve your doctor's mind, and that really tells him/her that you don't intend to use it again. I would come clean though, otherwise you get "branded", and might not find another pain doctor to treat you.
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