I would also try contacting the office or going there on Wednesday to address the issue of being left with no meds.
BUT - I also do know that withdrawing from fentanyl patches is in my opinion only, the absolute worst opiate withdrawal I have ever been through and the only one that I ever had to visit an ER for. If you cannot get your records, if you go to a teaching hospital ER, they will be more willing to do imaging on you which will prove that you have pain issues.
In stating that I feel fentanyl is the worst opiate withdrawal, I have never been on methadone - so I don't know about that one, but I was told it is bad also.
If you still cannot get ahold of anyone in the pain office and the ER will not treat you, call your PCP. They can either prescribe for you or help you get through the withdrawals with other meds.
Hope this helps!
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