So, I've been seeing my doctor for about 8 months now. I have chronic pain in my shoulder, and she had been helping me with pain management until my surgery that's in a few months. She had me sign a pain contract. Long story short, My doctor dropped me as a patient now because she said she messed up, but I guess she can't see me anymore. Does my pain contract still exist? Is the pain contract no more? I need a doctor, but if this pain contract is not present, I'm in trouble.
Mcksch; This does not sound right did you screw up or did she You need to call the office and ask what is the problem and how are you going to get your pain pills. And what was the problem that she can't write your prescription anymore this needs to be done before you call another doctor and set up a contract with them that old contract is only good in there office but you don't want to even get one pill from any doctor until you know they well not see you. So do what you have to you may need your primary or the doctor that is going to fix your shoulder to call the office and see what happened and if needed they should have another clinic they can send you to. good luck. And get on this it's friday Chuck1957
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