My current PM is not the best........he cancels every other appt....he has 4 x's forgot to bring my file with him. Also, once he argued with me that he would have never given me Vicodin ES 2x a day. He finally got his trusted computer and was proven wrong! I do not appreciate the treatment he gives me!
Since Sept I was on one Vicodin ES, then for the past 2 months I got him reluctantly to give me 2 a day. Which by itself still only gives me 4 hrs a day of having no pain. He cancelled my last appt on the first due to bad weather. He allowed me to go days without any pain meds. On the following Wed. He gave me 3 pills a day but only a 15 day supply!
He sent me with a script for VDS....he asked me if I have ever had my urine checked. Is this a drug test? I'm told 2 vicodin es a day is very low amount. But this guy has me feeling like a drug addict in less than a year!
I need a new PM, but if anyone knows what this test is please tell me. Also, if anyone knows of any good PM's in the Pittsburgh area please let me know!
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