i have gotten adderall from my primary for years but did not feel he was giving me enough. i went to another doctor for a second opinion and he was able to give me a sufficent dose. After a month, i returned to my new doctor to discuss how everything was going and if i was doing ok on this dose. i was but every now and then i would run out a little early because i would take a little more to help get through the night. I have a newborn and a new carrer so i dont have the typical eight hour day. More like a sixteen hour day. When i ran out early, i called my primary doctor and he wrote out my normal script that he has always given me. i did this a few more times. today i received calls from both of my docs. My primary told me that he found out i was getting adderall from the other and he would no long write my perscriptions. the other doctor called and said the the pharmacy called and told him i was getting them filled by my primary. i used different pharmacies for both and only used my insurance on one of the perscription. Well the doctor that told me the pharmacy called him said that he only wants me to get it from him and that he wants to see me tomorrow. Is he calling me in just to talk or is he setting me up to be arrested? Is this some sort of hippa violation? Should i even go in to see him? i want to because i want to clear this up and start fresh.Do you think i have been "red flagged"
I don't know if you'rs Dr. shopping- you are just getting double the medicine you need and they cought you and yes you have probably been flagged. Why do you need the medicine? You sound like you need uppers to stay awake and do what we all do everyday. It's nice to have that energy but you may not have your ' little helper' someday and then who will take care of your baby and do your job? You really should discuss this with your Dr. and be honest because you pretty much know what you are doing. This is important and you know it or you wouldn't have written in to ask us exactly why you did it He should help you unless the Dr. is in question then write back and let us know what you were advised. Aderall is used for something specific and you didn't say anything about that. Just the fact that you consciously used different pharmacys and knew not to use insurance for both perscriptions shows intention on your part to get 2 scripts. Good luck
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