I believe she must work in a medical office and the dr. can just right rx..all he needs is his little rx pad and his Dea#..is it legal?? I don't know..But she did say that he is also her dr....i think..lol.
ino.......I didn't get it?
ok that makes since! it has to be! thanks melissia i was like say what? you know me though!!! crazy sherri had to ask! lmao later girl
LOL.....way tooooo much coffee for me...
what are you ladies doing this weekend??
Aren't you going to Mexico Nauty?? btw- what the heck is going on with all the fire in CA..do you live in that area?
hey - i work at a show and there are performers who get injured and a doctor comes as a service to check on injuries so we dont have to drive to his office. It is legal, there is a medical clinic / physio room backstage and it is something he does because a lot of the performers dont have licenses yet but the show is pretty athletic so lots of injuries.
I don't know her particular situation,but I had a similar situation where I worked once.I worked for a cleaning service for 13 years and you didn't get medical benefits but the owners husband was a doctor.Every other Tuesday he didn't have office hours so he would come to our office and if you were sick he would see you free of charge.He wasn't one of those doctors that wrote out scripts left and right,it was all very legitimate.I know from time to time some of the girls were given scripts for pain pills,but there had to be a legitimate reason for him to write them out,he wasn't the type of doctor who just took your word for it.I never tried to get any from him my addiction was still my 'little secret' at the time,didn't want my employer to suspect anything.
exactly the same for me, he is a good doctor and I have a mean little injury but I have not been honest with him about my addiction so he doesnt understand. Its ahrd to be straight with him because I dont want my employer to suspect either,
be careful sweety... it gets tougher and tougher to get off of.
we're here if ya need....