I learned several weeks ago that my psychiatrist has a list of all my medications going back quite a while. Where I was initially shocked that he has this information, when he showed me the list, I am learning here in this group that alot of providers do access this information. So here is what I wrote in my previous thread about issues with my psychiatrist:
"One of the problems I have is that my cat is on alot of medications (Prozac, Gabapentin, Prazosin, Phenobarbitol, Clindamycin). This presents a new challenge as my most recent psychiatrist did not believe that I was not taking these medication or to have soo many other medications on hand. So, it becomes a sticky-wicket for me. I guess that is why I was soo dismayed when my psychiatrist showed me the printout of all my medications. Now, can veterinarians pull the medication history to see if I am giving my cat his prescribed medication since they are all intermixed and will my veterinarian see what I am prescribed since alot of my meds are under "controlled substances"? Will my vet be able to see my medications?" I know some veterinarian's do have a similar reporting system for their drugs that are controlled substances if they dispense more than 3 pills per month.
This is a huge concern for me now as I do not want my veterinarian to know what medications I am taking.
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