My doctor lied to me about why I needed to be drug tested for my prescription. She first told me that my insurance required it, then when my insurance was canceled and started paying for everything out of pocket, she said it was state law. I knew for a fact it was not state law, so I called her out on it, and asked to see proof, after a while she finally said it was her offices policy, which I knew to be true. This isn't about being drug tested, I don't mind at all. I DO mind being lied to, especially from someone who I am supposed to trust. I hate liars and now I don't trust her. I have tried to move to another doctor, and have been turned down by 5, all saying they are not taking on new patients. I believe she is preventing me from changing doctors and I don't know what to do now. I need help on what I should do now.View Thread
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