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Re: main signs

Posted by 1980Monroe on April 24, 2004, at 9:17:11

In reply to Re: My doctor is weird. Sad Panda, posted by River1924 on April 23, 2004, at 23:57:03

These are the Main Signs of Drug Seeking Behavior

* Must be seen right away;

* Wants an appointment toward end of office hours;

* Calls or comes in after regular hours;

* States he/she's traveling through town, visiting friends or relatives (not a permanent resident);

* Feigns physical problems, such as abdominal or back pain, kidney stone, or migraine headache in an effort to obtain narcotic drugs;

* Feigns psychological problems, such as anxiety, insomnia, fatigue or depression in an effort to obtain stimulants or depressants;

* States that specific non-narcotic analgesics do not work or that he/she is allergic to them;

* Contends to be a patient of a practitioner who is currently unavailable or will not give the name of a primary or reference physician;

* States that a prescription has been lost or stolen and needs replacing;

* Deceives the practitioner, such as by requesting refills more often than originally prescribed;

* Pressures the practitioner by eliciting sympathy or guilt or by direct threats;

* Utilizes a child or an elderly person when seeking methylphenidate or pain medication.




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