I am new to pain management care. Been under care for 6 months. I have no previous drug or alcohol use in my 40 years.
My doctor placed me on Zoloft, Tramadol, Lyrica, Loratab,Xanex and some other medication. Well this combination made me shake all over. I went to the doctor, and they gave me a urine test, but they handed me a blank unlabeled cup, nothing written on it no name no patient number. Then they instructed me to leave it on a counter inside a wire basket. When I went to do that, no one was there at the desk, but I left it anyway.
Well it turns out that the doctor, called me afterward and wanted to have me come in and do a medication count. Because of scheduling and the fact I was tied up at my workmans comp attorney I did not go. Instead the attorney my attorney sent me to the emergency room because of me shaking all over.
Days later I get a discharged letter from the pain management doctor, releasing me from care, stating that the urine tested showed that I had absolutely no drugs in my system. THAT IS AN OUTRIGHT LIE or A BAD TEST, or SOMEONE else's results. I don't feel that this pain management doctor knows that what happened, but I checked and the doctor is on probation from the State for some reason. Now I am afraid that I will be labeled a drug seeker and that no one else will see me as a patient. I did nothing wrong . What can I do?