I think It would be more surprising if he didn't send her to a shrink....
it's part of his job to do what he did, I don't understand why anyone would be upset about that.
The "shrink" may be able to figure out a better treatment method then what she was currently doing before...or may find that she simply doesn't need it anymore....isn't that a "good" thing? why would anyone be upset about getting good care?
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you can't just accept that others where right before you and just keep it going, what if they were wrong? what if the situation has changed....you can't just prescribe drugs to someone because they were prescribed before at some point, that's borderline criminal behavior.
I suppose I should just have an open prescription for codeine because it was prescribed for me when I had pneumonia 3 years ago, and lets give me some free Vicodin and maybe some percs too because I had them when my wisdom teeth were removed.
it's insane in my opinion to believe that a new doctor will just continue prescriptions given to you from a previous doctor...just because...without checking into it him/herself.
Come on, shes not trying to get pain killers. This is for ADD and its a very low dosage, the lowest they make.
Again thats what the appointments for, to assess the patient. If he doesnt think she needs it, just tell her.
Gotta agree with Scrappy on this one. Doctor has to put his name on it. And only a psychiatrist can make that evaluation.
You should know that Dez.
how is this a bad thing? he's only doing what he thinks is best, not only that but who are we to question this decision...neither of us are doctors dez.
now if it's going to prevent her from getting the pills she believes she needs because she can't see the shrink because of money that is something she should tell the doctor...maybe they can work something out.
I thought we voted for flex