my doctors office called me and told me they where releaseing me ,for not having my oxycodine 10 in my system ,which there is no possible way that could be right ,i take 4 aday and i have never missed aday taking my medication ,i even told them i would come in and take a drug text right then either blood or what ever they wanted an even bring my bottle in to show them it was right ,but they said no an that there was nothing they could do for me now ,so what should i do ,they where fixing to talk about surgery on me and i cant bare the pain i live with without my medication ,can i not apile this or something theres got to be something i can do,they wouldnt even let me talk to my doctor an said if i came down there they wouldnt let me talk to him,shouldnt i have a right to decguess this with himView Thread
and one other thing i have been seeing this doctor for almost 4 years and i have never failed a drug screen or ever not had the right amount of medication in my bottle ,i have always done what they ask of me ,then for them to let me go like that is very unfair an they would not let me talk to my doctor an told me if i came down there they wouldnt let me talk to him ,an thats just not right ,theres got to be something i can do to keep my doctor ,please help me hereView Thread
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