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Horrible interaction with doctor



  • I agree with Alex. Not all doctors do not have receptionists, especially if it's off hours on an emergency call line. It's completely inappropriate that they even patched you through. You know you are not a surgical patient, don't call a surgeon asking for pain medications.

    On the other hand I see what you are feeling. It's hard to prove you are not a drug seeker, just someone who is in pain and needs help. I always take a cd of my mri whenever I see any doctor along with the papers of my diagnosis discharge. That keeps me from being wrongly profiled. Don't assume that people who actually need the meds are in the majority, we are not.
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