In pain manag clinic...was taking my hydrocodone 10 also anti-flamitory, failed uriene test, said uriene was clean . This can not be.... now they are looking at me in a different way....telling the truth was taking meds as should be...thinking someone is being untruthful there is a conflect between a staff member that works at the clinic plus her aunt is office manager as well ?????
This just happened to me. I've been in pain management for 5 years but this is my new physician. Still not sure why it happened. My physician was NOT happy & I was too shocked to respond, other than telling him to to look back in my records. The lab seemed to be doing things the right way. @ my next appointment I was more composed & spoke to my primary care before that. He seemed better about things but I told him I want my physician to work with me. We'll see what happens next. (When he first told me, I asked to take either the blood or hair test but he said no.)
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