Hey there -
I'm not familiar with your situation as I'm new. But after reading this post, I'm thinking you may just be paranoid. Doctors are supposed to help - not turn away patients. He'd have to be a real punk to take you off the books and not have his staff contact you.
Go in for the appointment, do what you have to do and post back to let us know what happened. I can be quite paranoid myself and I kinda feel you may be in this situation. Hopefully anyways!
Hang in there :) And don't drive yourself nuts during the car ride over lol!
Hi Cat...the appt. thing is odd and I don't blame you for being curious and running it through your head. Many people do this. We get scared,especially once we're clean and getting our life back. We just don't want any problems.
It's possible that the overlapping prescriptions was picked up but not that likely if it was just once. Hard to know on that one. Best to be completely honest with the Dr. about the hydros, though. But really, many people have had at least two scripts for a controlled substance at two different pharmacies and by two different doctors. Sometimes it's just a convenience thing,Dr.'s day off or acute situation. I know I have and all for legitimate reasons...
Let me know what happens..
Thank you for not judging. You are so right. Since I have been clean, I am now more afraid than ever that all the things I have done will bit me in the you know what. I went and there was no problem at all. He was really nice. I did do something I was proud of. My DOC is hydrocodone. Nothing else. However, since going through this mess, I have been weary of other meds. He had me on Klonopin. I have not been taking it as I am aware that can be mood altering as well and addictive, and I like pills. So, I have not been taking them. When I went in today, he offered, and I said no. I said I do not need them and I will deal with anxiety on my own. I think that was a good choice as I seem to overuse mood altering pills, and I do not need antoher one sitting around that I can get addicted to. Benzos can be bad, right?
Yes,benzos can be bad. And Klonopin is a benzo.
Glad this all worked out!
I admire you for having the hoo-ha's to do what you did. I'm just not there yet. Props to you for doing such a great thing :).
Man was I ever paranoid. It took me a few months to get over that until all y bad descisions came back at me. It's just life tho, an I never did I sober! Lol. I'm proud of u. I would stay wayyyyyy clear from the klonopin. They make you seriously crazy
Babe we are the last people who would judge you as we are all here for one reason or another , i was always under the impression that a coouncilor was not alowd to divulge infomation about her clients and if she has i would be looking for another councilor , it furious to think that she has done this to you . Im glad it wasnt me in your position cause I proberly would have been locked up after giving my councilor a serve .