which is percocet 10 mg or 1000 not sure i know its not the smaller mg she calls them percocet tens ne ways she said she failed a random drug test for weed. then i was at her house today and she received a certified letter and the letter said that her doctor will no longer see and she is turning my sister in to the dea which i do know is the drug enforcement agency. I'm sorry but it doesn't make much since to me that her doctor would be turning her in for failing for weed i think 8 out of 10 people smoke weed. they are trying to legalize the stuff! she has 2 girls my nieces i really feel like I'm missing alot here she is holding back alot of info. what exactly does it mean to be turned in to the dea what are they going to do and what are the chances cps is going to get involved? someone told me if its bad enough the doctor is turning her into the dea they most likely will be turning you in to childrens services. i know this is a lot to ask but my sister isn't telling me ne thing and i need to know whats to come.
Well,first off she has to be taking percocet 10 mg.they dont prescribe Percocet over that mg.as a rule,and 1000 mg could kill even a drug addict!And no Dr. would go through the hassle of reporting her to the DEA for 1 failed test for Marijuana,there has to be ALOT more she isn't telling you!I would only be guessing for what the procedure is,only thing I know for sure is they will send her for another drug test(the DEA)before they would proceed any further.People caught on the street w/ small amts marijauna aren't reported?! She probably had to sign a narcotics contract,have to pretty much anywhere you are regularly receiving scripts for narcotics nowadays.See if she will show you her copy,or if you really want more info and she isn't forthcoming w/ it,call the clinic she goes to,explain to them you want to make an appt,do you have to sign such an agreement,and what is included on it,that's 1 way of finding out.There are quite a few REALLY knowledgeable people that answer questions on here,hopefully one of them will see your ? and answer it for you better than I did!Sure hope for your nieces' sake it works out,I wouldn't think that cps would be involved at all unless someone files a complaint or the DEA files charges against her and she's facing jail time??? good luck,and please keep us informed!
It sounds as if more is going on with your sister than you realize. Most doctors wouldn't call the DEA if weed showed up in a urinalysis. It could be that she is suspected of prescription fraud. Perhaps more than the required levels of her medication were found in her system or maybe the levels were so low that they suspect her of selling her meds on the street. She may have even forged a prescription and got caught. Many doctors still use the old "paper" prescription pads and she got caught with one? It just sounds fishy that not only did they drop her as a patient, but to inform the DEA? It sounds pretty serious and I would encourage your sister to come clean with you. There is one bright spot in this issue... her doctor may be so anal (for lack of a better term) that he came up with this "excuse" to drop her as a patient. Or he's paranoid that the DEA may come after him for prescribing meds to a patient who tested positive for weed or is using meds more often than directed. I hope for you and your sisters and neices sake, it all works out and it was just a big mistake on the doctors part. If it happens to be the worst case, try to be there for your sisters kids. Don't let CPS take them. One more thing, the doctor may have not been telling your sister the truth about notifying the DEA, it could be a ploy just to scare her off. Good Luck to you and I am sorry if my response hurt you in any way.
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