Urine And Blood Drug Screen


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Shelby Says:
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I see a PM doc here in Ky. Laws have changed so you have to be tested monthly to get next script. I was hospitalized last month for few days and was given Ativan and Klonopin upon release. My test Fri was urine but then they requested blood work saying they wanted to check levels of some things. Did not say specifics. I go because am prescribed Lortab for spinal cushion. Been sweating h the test bc never asked for blood before? DR know was in hospital but I was unsure what meds they actually gave me. I took 1 Klonopin night before my test bc panic attack. Never had any trouble before but blood draw threw me off. Would my hospitalization be enough to justify what's in my system? I don't play around taking regular meds but have to pass or won't be seen again. Any advice? I've worried myself sick over this so afraid of being dropped. Hard enough u to find DR to write bc state laws and being cut off sounds like nightmare. Any advice greatly appreciated! He said with blood draw something about testing testosterone levels? Thx all

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