Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.Speaking solely on the reporting requirement, your medical doctors are entitled to see your full file. That means that if you will go see a new doctor, he will see the results of your past tests. There is no HIPAA violation here at all, your new doctor is entitled to see your information when and if he decides to see you. The most ideal option is for you to attempt to speak with your doctor in some way (when this nurse is not n the phone, for example), schedule an appointment, and request a re-test Otherwise this potential result will remain on your record and will possibly follow you around from doctor to doctor. This is a situation where getting a new resolution and result is critical.Good luck.
Justin,If you can, try them again. Then if they refuse to respond, go to the pain clinic. I tend to sympathize with you here because I am very aware of the fairly high instance of false positives with these tests, so I am sorry that you were caught up in such a situation for yourself.Good luck.
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