So, if you're honest, the MD may refuse to treat you as you are a liability to the MD,
But, if you're not honest about your history, this will make your situation less likely to be taken seriously, as wrist pain is often transient and resolves itself.
Have you been treated for this pain at all during these years?
Do you have a diagnosis?
Whether you opt to be honest with your MD, or try to lie your way out of it, I think we can agree that this sort of dishonesty, combined with illegal drug diversion, oft times comes back to cause more problems than we would have encountered had we been honest from the start.
I would urge you to be honest with your health care providers, but only you can decide how you want to proceed.
Do understand that health care works best when patients are honest with health. Are professionals, and visa- versa.
Idk about discussing this with a pharmacist, since it's not your Rx, and your pharmacist would be correct I'm referring you to the prescribing MD, and you have not one.
For the most part, withdrawal is miserable, big seldom fatal or terribly dangerous. I am aware of someone here who experienced seizure whilst withdrawal from Tramadol (Ultram and Tramadol is the same thing), but that isn't a common or expected sequeale.
I would urge you to be totally honest and transparent with all of your health care providers.
The situation in which you've found yourself can serve as a lesson to the rest of us
Please don't think I'm attacking you personally; I'm just telling it the way that it is.
First, every American is now able to get affordable insurance, no matter what your work hours and / or financial condition.
Go to your state info page to apply for insurance via the affordable care act. It's the law.
Second, you've kind of gotten yourself in a Catch-22 situation.
You and your relative have blatantly broken the law by him/ her diverting his/ her Rx to you.
Whether you'll experience withdrawal symptoms is dependent upon a few factors.
It's up to the MD whether he or she treats your pain whilst diagnostics are pending. Still, if you tell the MD that you've had this pain for four years, it will seem as if it's not something for which you require powerful analgesia.View Thread