Well, I suppose it depends on what happens. You could be prosecuted, in which case you will wish to retain a criminal
defense attorney. You could be discharged by both of your doctors, and you may find yourself unable to be prescribed any narcotic medication, so you may wish to prepare for that from a medical point of view. You indicate that both doctors are being informed by the pharmacist, so you will want to decide whether to 'fess up first. It could be that you are put on a drug contract, of sorts, and allowed to have that one mistake, and be required to be drug tested prior to prescriptions. If that latter happens, that would be the best scenario, as the doctor would still allow you to be treated. But in the end, you have to make these decisions. If it were me, I'd probably tell the doctor of my lapse in judgment with sincere apologies,and ask him if he could help get me back on track, on a contract, whatever it takes. He could say no, but he could say yes.
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