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It doesn't work that way with opiates. In the vast majority of cases, you have to sign a pain management contract. Standard in those contracts is a clause that says if you will not get extra medication...even if your meds are lost or stolen. Chances are, no matter how much he needs them, he won't get more meds until his next monthly refill.

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Why's everyone thumbing down 94? He has a good point, because if the meds were in the cabinet next to the toilet, it'd mean that OP would have been filming whatever went on in there.

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@126 I think that depends on where you live. I've been on Opiates many, many, times and for large lengths of time and have never had to sign any contracts about them. That's including when I was on the really freaking strong stuff. I've even actually had to have them refilled after someone stole a bunch from and not one person has ever said anything about it.

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Well that's true if they are stealing them, you're right, I don't know what I'd do if someone stole my medicine, I have some strong narcotics. I had to go 2 days without them, OMG!!! that was awful!!!

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Obviously if op only thought one person was stealing them they must not have gotten too much each so making them go cold turkey wouldnt be that bad no matter what they were.

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Understood. Unfortunately, pain patients are often treated more like junkies or criminals than patients, and we can get a little fed up with it. Sorry for not giving you the benefit of the doubt.

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