Yes indeed you have put yourself in a very bad situation myself I signed a contract stating NO early refills no matter what reason he just will not refill early even 1 day he care s not if it puts a person in widthdrawl or not or in severe pain or not he will not do it I have always believed to be completely honest with these doctors but if you tell the truth you went against what he perscribed without him allowing it myself I would tell the doc the truth about what you took and WHY you took double the doseage and see what he dose and if he stills help you do not do it again no matter what opiate widthdrawl will teach a not forgotton lesson if one is to go through them I have gone threw them due to stolen meds and I have never forgot it
Storm, I am so sorry you are having this much pain. I do not want to sound negative and this is only my opinion, but if I went in to my doctor and told him I was self-medicating and took a months perscription in 2 weeks, he wouldn't be to happy with me, in fact I'd expect to be let go. I do think you need to tell him your meds are not covering your pain and then let him decide what the next step is. I just don't want you getting into trouble. See what the others recommend. Believe me we've all been there where our meds are not doing the job, and it's tempting knowing that one more will help, but we have to follow the doc's orders. They trust us to follow the directions and we can't afford to lose their trust.
Again I'm sorry you are in this bind and wish you all the best.
My appologies if you thought I was trying to pry. Truly my only motive was to get the right person to you that might give you some insight specific to your need. I know that talking to someone who has the same exact pain symptoms as me makes me feel so "heard" when you only feel those who have gone through the same thing understand.
Good luck to you!