Yes it will show up, never heard of insurance companies needing urine though. At my clinic, you do the urine BEFORE you see the doctor and they see the results in like 2 minutes . So i think if something was wrong they would probably wait until your next visit and cut you off.
I see my Primary Care (PC) MD for all of my prescriptions including pain meds. I have a pain management doc that I see every 3-6 months tho, and the Pm doc makes the recommendations that my PC follows.
I am in a pain comtract with my PC. Because I use Med Cannabis we agreed that I could continue without being kicked out. We just lined that item out of the contract and both initialed it.
She has me do urine tests randomly. She follows some sort of protocol on this. I am tested for schedule I and II meds like, Methadone, Oxycodone, hydrocodone and cannabis etc. The results of these tests are posted in my medical record and I am able to view portions of it myself online.
I always test positive for oxy and cannabis, because those are the scheduled meds that I use for pain. I have a great doc and she is very compassionate. But she follows her role in prescribing my pain meds to a tee as she could lose her license if she did not. I, as the her patient do my best too. For example I make sure that MY label is on the pee cup before I hand it over.
Do you have a pain contract?
What does it say?
usually it spells out the ifs and whats on urine tests
Are you worried that something else might show up?