Hi everyone, just wondering if pain medication contracts and urine tests are standard. Do people only start doing them if there is an issue or do some doctors do them with everyone. You'd think I'd know this because I've been dealing with chronic pain for 8 years now but I've never signed a single pain contract. I've also never asked for a refill before its due though so I'm not sure if thats why or what. I'm wondering because I wouldn't be surprised if my new doctor (actually she's a PA) asks for one since I did get hydrocodone from another doctor since my last visit. See I had fallen and landed on my back so then I called the PM doc and they couldn't get me in so they told me to go to PCP so I did and he gave them to me and then I called the PM doc the next day to report to them what I had gotten (I wouldn't have had to because they are from 2 different systems but you should see the look I got from the pharmacist so I'm sure they called anyway. I don't lie so I would have even if I hadn't gotten that look). I'm hoping its not an issue since I did what they told me to do but I'm nervous. I need to have different treatment started, I need stronger medication or a higher dose because since I fell I've been in a ton of pain, I'm miserable. I'm nervous that I am going to get some trouble with it. Hope not. I'm not a criminal so I hope they don't treat me that way. I'm just a person that wants to feel okay most of the time so that I can do my job and play with my kids. I don't think its too much to ask. Anyway, I digress, just asking about pain contracts. Thanks.