Call your PM right now about the Adderal. It's better they hear it from you First rather than seeing it come up on your test.
And yes, you must tell your PM dr ALL the meds you're on. Mainly due to the random testing and this very situation you're in.
Wishing you the best. But call right now!
greeneyes47...backhurtz is likely right about the outcome...and she is definitely correct in everything else she said. For this weekend, though, try to put it aside and out of your mind. Try not to project what 'might' happen. But do be prepared.
When you call (first thing) Monday, be honest and let your dr know you realize you messed up. You weren't trying to hide anything...and you weren't. I truly hope for your sake he/she will understand...and this will be nothing more than a learning experience.
Let us know how it goes. I care, and I'll be waiting.
CALL the PM! ALL your docs need to know ALL your meds by name, dosage, indication (reason) and prescriber. Meds can interfere and/or interact with each other.
Adderal is a mixture of 4 different amphetamines (that's why it's controlled.) If you show your PM that you have a valid prescription from your PCP, written and filled prior to your drug screen and you have the right number of pills left in the bottle, there should be no problem. The longer you wait, the worse trouble you'll be in.
By the way, you should sign a HIPAA release for all your docs at all your docs. Otherwise, there's no way for your PM to confirm with your PCP. Your docs need the ability to work together to provide for your best care. If your PCP has a Nursing Case Manager (or complex case management) program, get involved ASAP. If not, suggest it.
I hope everything worked out for you. In our state there is a data base where doctors can check to see every medication you are on. It is called PDMP. I thought every state now had this but it is possible some states are behind.