Holding me up. They say they have no xrays, partial mris, no ortho referrels, but I have have them all done. They say sorry can't help ypu
Jackie; My guess is they are a lot stricter on the doctor or all doctors rather and also the Hydrocodone they bumped it up to a Schedule 2 narcotic which means the doctor has to write the prescription every time no refills. And have the current course of action for each patient. Or if the doctor writes the Rx they could lose there license. You need to do what they say in order to get your prescription or you could have them refer you to a pain clinic that this is all they do but your still going to need more test everything has to be done more because of all the federal laws they have put into place due to all the overdoses. SO your best is be nice call the office first and ask ok what do we need to do the most important thing is you get your medication. Maybe if you start all of this thing the doctor may give you a small amount to last you until all these tests are done good luck to you.
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