Hi Randy and I know I had already responded to this thread and I was not going to touch this part but the more thought I gave it the more it bothered me. You as well as others may learn something here.
To make sure my memory had not failed me I went back and took a look at your previous threads and my memory was not so good because I found far more then I even recalled.
Just since Sept you have had numerous problems with your meds,you started out on a high end level of methadone and were not getting relief with that along with your b/t meds also at a high level and many methadone users dont even require b/t meds but she added another b/t on top of your 1st one and now you were on mega doses of methadone as well as 2 b/t meds and that was not working for you either so to make a long story short you ended up on fent and off the methadone and a high end dose of fent as well and a b/t med and several months in a row you had problems with them staying on even though you came here and the other fent users told you how to prevent them from falling off but most folks dont have a problem with that, I imagine the Dr doesnt see alot of it either.
You asked for early refills twice? She had to change the order even to get it past the RPH,then it happened again you running out of the fent or your b/t for some reason and you take an old methadone you have left and never told her and she drug tested you and you came back dirty for scheduled II opiate not currently prescribed to you and we took you down the road then and warned you that she was going to have to let your care go she couldnt afford to let you endanger her career and the other patients in her care being neglectful and self medicating violating every no no in the PM handbook so to speak.
I think your time has come to pay the fiddler here and she now after having all of this reflected in your chart has no other choice in the matter. She discharges you from her practice leaving you with no PM or she switches you to Sub X used primarily in the treatment of substance abuse. My bet is if you tell her no you dont want the sub x she will discharge you as she will most likely not ever be able to prescribe an opiate for you again without it risking her own practice.
We all have guidelines set forth to protect our selves and the Drs that treat us and you my friend threw those on the floor and stomped on them not once but time and again.
Everytime myself and others warned you about
calling for early refills no matter what happened to them,taking meds you were not approved by them to take,self medicating,whatever,we were trying to stop the trainwreck you were heading for. We didnt obviously but maybe someone else will read here and learn something from this very hard lesson you have.
Im sorry if this is offensive to you it isnt meant to accuse you of anything,its not saying you have a problem,its saying that from her the Drs chair,it is what it is and she has to do what she has to do.
Sorry thats all I have and have no idea what so ever direction to head you in because that chart and everything in it will follow you to each and every Dr hereafter.
Your friend Vickie
Post Edited (nvrthesame98) : 2/23/2013 2:59:00 AM (GMT-7)