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how would SWIM get a doctor to prescribe vicodin percs etc...

Discussion in 'Hydrocodone' started by deekyleeky, Apr 9, 2007.

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  1. deekyleeky

    deekyleeky Newbie

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    Swim wants to know how to get a doctor to prescribe him a descent pain pill. Swim pulled a muscle in his back, doesn't hurt very much and all they gave him was naproxen, SWIM is thinking about seeing a different doctor and is wondering what he could do/say to get a good pain pill such as visodin percocet, oxy, codeine, etc.... any ideas. Pretty much i'm asking how SWIM can trick the doctor into thinking he needs these pain pills.
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  2. SilverM

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    I will tell you how SWIM got a doc to prescribe him the strongest percocet out there (10mg/325mg) on SWIM's very first visit.

    First, a referal is everything. Someone had told him that this particular doc was loose with the percs.

    Second, when he filled out his medical history, he wrote down all these meds he had been prescribed previously, even though he hadn't. He wrote down everything like, naproxyn, flexiril, ibuprofren, apap, vikes and lastly percocet 10/325's. His story was that he was moving to the city his office is in and away from his old doc and he needs a new doc.

    Without records or anything after his first visit, doc wrote him for 120 count of percocet 10/325's. SWIM provided the doc with a history of taking everything under the sun leading up to the percocet 10/325's. He had records and the new doc wanted to see the records from his old doc so, you have to figure something out for that but that is what SWIM did to get percs on the very first visit.
     
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    The new doc wanted to see records on SWIM's second visit, not the first. Wanted to make that clear. SWIM scored the percs without records on the first visit.
     
  4. Nagognog2

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    Lying to a doctor is a criminal act. Suggesting to members to engage in illegal activity will get you banned if it continues.

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