Hi guys and thank you for the congratulations on the stim working so well.
I guess I went a little crazy in my med explanation. I'm sure that is mostly due to anxiety issues and OCPD.
What I was trying to explain is that I have a script
for mscontin 30 mg two times daily from my regular PM and was given one for 60 mg three times daily for ten days. I was also given Valium 10mg three times daily by the hospital, but normally take Robaxin three times daily. The NS gave me 30 Percocet 5mg to supplement my 15mg oxy ir & I also had my regular ultracet the whole time.
In the hospital, I was under orders to take my home meds (except while on the ER floor and after seeing the hospital PM late the night before discharge (basically 9 PM until discharge at 1 PM the next day).
The only bottles that are gone are the ones that ended 10 days after release. I have everything from my regular PM office. The amounts are strange to me, but I think I actually have more than I "should". Obviously I did not take both of the mscontin at the same time and I did not take the Robaxin and Valium at the same time.
To clear up about
the conversations with both myself and the dr's....I had a meeting with the PM the week of the trial (after it was removed) and gave him the surgery date. The NS called him (but was only given the nurse) on the day of release from the hospital the second time. It should all have been on the up and up. I do normally like to have a few pills "saved" back just in case the pharmacy is out or another emergency, but.cant give you the exact number. I even use a reminder program in my phone to make sure I don't double take or skip a dose.
I'm just afraid of this office and the way they function. I know they are angry because I had the NS do the procedure instead of them. In particular, this nurse has some strange position in the office and its like her word is law.
I always get nervous and uptight before I go in for an appointment with them. This time is just much, much worse.
Post Edited (RetiredMom) : 1/9/2013 4:04:47 AM (GMT-7)