Hi I am sure someone else will be along to help you. In my experience with a family members pain management. The doctor has the power to do what every he/she wants to do. I'm sorry for what happened to you. I would hope your doctor would let you explain however if you signed a contract there could be a problem. All up to the doctor.
My family member was hospitalized, the hospital said they did not carry his type of pain management and tried to substitute with morphine. I called his PM doctor several times. No return call. Then he tells my husband he should have plenty of pain meds since hospital supplemented. Um no I had to give him his meds in the hospital. No stress there!
The above poster is right. Your Dr can basically do what ever he wants as far as testing you.
Since your script was stolen I take it you have no Norco left at all? If you had some at home take them and ask for another test. This time it will show Norco in your system. If you didn't have any left at home then you're going to have to come clean with your Dr. Tell him you're filed a report at work about your meds being stolen. And do file that report. By doing this your Dr may just keep you as a patient.Some Drs are more easy going and some stick by all the rules.
I hate those contracts too. Mine was 9 pages long with a front and back.
I really hope everything works out for you.
Was thinking of you, thought perhaps you could find another pain management doctor. They are very hard to find in our area. One way to save time is to get a doctor that specializes in anesthesiology. Good luck!
I'm so very very sorry to hear what you are going through. It is awful what pain management patients have to go through.
I hope you can find some relief soon. If there is nothing I would hope the Thomas Recipe might help in the mean time.