I have been seen in the same PC for about 7 or 8 years. They have tried everything for my pain, finally put me on Opana (Oxymorphone). I have done urine tests in the past without a problem. The PA I was seeing sent me to get back surgery in late Dec. and the Surgeon sent me home with Tylenol #4 to take with the Opana for pain and I was to get a refill from my Primary Care Physician. When I saw my PA in Jan. we discussed me taking the Tylenol #4 and how I got it and he said ok. Its even written on my summary of visit that I was taking Tylenol #4. Then in March I went in and they asked for a urine test, I had no problems doing this as I only take what I am prescribed. When my test came back, they called me and told me over the phone that my test came back positive for Norco. I told them it was wrong be cause I don't take Norco. I can't because I'm allergic to it . She said "yes you did", and I said we don't even have any in the house. She then said that they prescribe it to my husband. They hadn't given him a prescription in 5 years. So they said because of that and me receiving Tylenol #4 from 2 different providers, they are terminating our doctor patient relationship and I am no longer allowed to go there, period. I have since been referred to another clinic and being the honest person I am , I took a copy of the letter and gave to the new Doctor and told him that it was wrong and gave him a list of my Meds. He said that if the test said I took something, then I did! He then labeled me as High Risk due to Prior Medication Misuse and that I was discharged from prior PC due to Mismanagement of Medications. The only Meds I was taking were: Opana, Tylenol #4, levothyroxine, omeprazole, vitamin E, topiramate, Vagifem and Ibuprofen with Mountain dew for my headaches. The letter states that they found Hydrocodone. In the past , I have been given Percocet and vicodin and as soon as it hits my stomach it comes back up and I'm violently ill, so I have always listed it as an allergy. I believe that hydrocodone is the component that is in those 2 medicines and Norco. What made my test show positive for hydrocodone? How do I prove my innocence? Now because of this. the new doctor is only prescribing 2 Opana per day instead of the 3 that I had been taking, and the paperwork that comes with the meds says to take 1 every 4-6 hours. I used to take 1 in the morning and 1 at night and if I was up moving doing anything that would cause pain I would take one in the afternoon. If that is mismanaging meds then I guess I need a keeper because maybe they know more about MY PAIN!!! Any advise would help. Thanks!