TJ22 - what the pain doctor I am going to says is that the vicodin (what your taking's name brand name) is like percocet with refills. I love the refill fact, but this stuff does not really help me much.
The only advice that I can give you is to make sure to not drop off that script
anywhere and ask your neurologist what you should do. Getting pain medicine script
s from more than one place can cause BIG problems. I would assume that you would need to turn the script
back in to the original doctor so that you can prove you never used it. The only thing that I can say in your new doctors defense is that if this was your first visit, and all he had was the xrays, you might want to consider yourself lucky he wrote you a pain medication at all. Some will not write it out for new patients at all.
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