So I fu!k'd up with my Doc: First try was a fail
- 10-23-2009, 12:52 AM
So I fu!k'd up with my Doc: First try was a fail
-TO THE SITE ADMIN'S: I know this post is in the wrong forum but please help me to move it to the proper one. I am doing this from my phone and have no control. Please understand and let me know once it had been moved. Thank you.
-Also I will edit this some more later with more detail, and sorry for any errors, I am doing this from my touch key pad compatabale phone. Please understand, thank u all.
Ok so I have thee sh!tyest insurance possible. So every1 tells me that the doctors that except this kinds insurance will pretty much prescribe u anything u ask for. I mean there so busy all the time and have soo many complaining patients, I figuered why not give it a try to get some legall roids in the US u know. So I ask my sis about these Dr.'s and she says that yea they do watever u want, so she says that's were she goes to get all here vicodin and morphine. Sounds like a plan.
So I go into my appointment today with high hopes and a fake "illness". I see a doc who barely speaks English, by this time I'm thinking so good so far. He asks "so wat brings u here today" with a strong accent. So I say "i am very anemic and I'm here for more medication, I recently got my insurance back and went a long time w/o it, I really need my medication." he goes "and wat would that be?" then I reply "stanozolol and oxandrin". He goes ok. By this time I'm thinking YES. Then I get a little nervious by then and begin to breath hard, he says ahh anemia sneaks up on u eh? All the time I say. He says ok I'll b bak. I'm like YEAA. Then out of no where! This highly educated women doc comes in with this strict attitude like "what's your name? What's your social!?" so I begin to tell her my story, she goes "what the hell is stanol and and oxorin!" and I go "well my medication for my anemia", she continues to say "I've never heard of that" she then looks it on google. She finally goes "that's a very controlled substance!" I have to send u to a specialist, do u even know wat type of anemia u have? Who was ur previous doctor?" I said my anemia was very severe and that I had been on both medications since I was little and was beginning to be deperstely in need of more. And that my previous doctor had been long retired. About a few minutes in I had began to become more nervious and was about to choke. As I looked at her eyes glued at the computer screen reading god knows what.., I felt like just running out the office lol. But I thought to myself I'm almost there. So it ends with her giving me a number to a hemotologist apparently a blood specialist, and me feeling like a fool.. I walk out.of the office and realize I had wasted my time and didn't stand a chance from the very beginning..
Had anyone ever had a related experience, or succeded? Can someone coment and possibly give me tips on wat to do next (serious advice plz). Wat kind of doctors are u guys aware of that could prescribe me winstrol and anavar and that will? Thanks guys, some story huh.
- 10-23-2009, 01:27 AM
10-23-2009, 02:41 AM
10-23-2009, 05:43 AM
i wish i could of seen your face when you left the docs
“We are what we repeatedly do. Therefore, excellence is not an act, but a habit.”
10-23-2009, 07:36 AM
10-23-2009, 11:54 AM
10-23-2009, 11:56 AM
10-23-2009, 12:07 PM
But really guys I honestly don't see the big deal. I've heard stories of ppl getting away with this and it seemed quite simple too. I've heard of ppl's docs prescribeing them test b4, so I dnt get it.. Besides I'm not "scaming" my Dr., those of u that say that needa really hit the dictionary hard and learn the definition on that word first. And I infact am anemic! I jus don't have it that bad. Besides if I have the illness then I should be entitled to wat medication I'm on. I see ppl getting prescribed vicoden because they jus want it, well dammit I'm sick so give me wat I need!
10-23-2009, 12:24 PM
Ok first of all getting prescribed pain pills is completely different then trying to get roids from a doc. Anyone could say they have migraine headaches or some other type of extreme pain and possibly get something strong but you cant just walk in and be like hey my body doesn't make test anymore I need you to give me some, trust me! Trying to trick a doctor into giving you meds like that, or any type really, is not a good idea. There are much better and easier alternatives out there I am sure, start doing more research and dont be stupid.
10-23-2009, 01:25 PM
Steroids are not that common a treatment, and usually used only for severe/specific types of anemia. Like you admitted, your's isn't that serious. A general practicioner wouldn't be comfortable prescribing AAS to you since they have *very* few patients in this situation, hence the referral to a hematologist who specializes in this. You do have a right to proper treatment, so stop copping out and go see the specialist. Your condition isn't the usual bread and butter anemia otherwise B12 or Iron would have fixed it. Also if you were to self-administer AAS, how would you know what's happening with your blood? How would you know when to stop, if you blood gets to thick? The substances are controlled for a reason. A specialist can get you on a regimen and properly monitor you.
Also I'm not too familiar with how the scheduling system works in the US, but the AAS might be higher than morphine.
10-23-2009, 01:37 PM
10-23-2009, 02:04 PM
10-23-2009, 02:34 PM
I don't know any docs that would just write a script for those meds without first doing the proper tests to confirm. A CBC to start with. Then Iron.....
10-23-2009, 02:44 PM
LOL doctors dont do well when u tell them what perscription to perscribe u, especially if ur name starts with a Mr. and not a Dr. Why do u even want legal AAS? u really think with ur ****ty insurance they are really going to cover AAS treatment i mean i have a really good insurance policy and they dont even cover my ADD medication (yes i have blood tests, psychological tests, comparitive tests and the ADD questionaire test all completed). It would probably just be cheaper to run AAS from another source than a doctor. Not to mention if u try and falsify ur medical records (and that can be done verbally) u will be charged with fraud as well as possession of whatever u tried to con out of the doctor. And i doubt u wanna goto federal prison over steroids especially ones that on the scale of steroids are pretty weak.
And to answer someones question above yes steroids are above morphine in scheduling.
10-23-2009, 03:37 PM
10-23-2009, 04:07 PM
10-23-2009, 04:16 PM
for all you guys that know ur stuff and gave advice thanx. U obviously know something and have education non like others who probly can't spell so they put small immature posts.
Anyways I no I was a fool for doing this, but trust it was no big deal. I know if I really wanted roids I can jus go to a chiropractor but then I'd have to pay for them so I'm better off just getting them online.
10-23-2009, 04:25 PM
There has to be a medical necessity for every medication. For anabolics we need to see the patient, do an exam, and lab work. I test 9 hormones as a baseline through urine. (which is more accurate than blood) Then I fit the correct anabolic for that patient.
10-23-2009, 04:29 PM
10-23-2009, 05:36 PM
Clops if u just watched bigger stronger faster and think u got an answer for everythnig u better start doing some more research before u land ur ass in jail
10-24-2009, 05:00 AM
Btw- thanx Doc Emd for the info.
10-24-2009, 11:01 AM
Let's put your doctor story aside for a minute. How old are you anyway? How long have you been lifting, what is your diet like, and what are your goals?
I don't think anyone here at AM is going to help you lie to a doctor to get anabolics.
10-25-2009, 05:05 PM
10-25-2009, 05:55 PM
10-25-2009, 06:09 PM
Another ****ing mouth breather with access to the Internet. Lemme google a sickness that can be cured by steroids and walk into the doctor's office and ask for it cause my other doc retired.... Yeah. I'm now more stupid for having both read and replied to your thread. I think I'm going to make a doc appt now to get some roids to fix it.
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