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Is my psychiatrist in the position to demand a blood panel 9? And would the drug appear in urine test or blood test she wrote CBC deff/tsh cmp uds 9

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Dr. Mara Fiorentino
Psychiatry
6 doctors agree

In brief: Lab work

The doctor ordered CBC with differential (which is blood cells count with count of different cell classes) TSH (which is thyroid stimulating hormone) cmp (which is comprehensive metabolic panel) uds 9 (which is urine drug screen 9-drug panel).
All those are routine orders and any psychiatrist would need to know the results to properly assess a patient. There is no reason to suspect of your doctor.

In brief: Lab work

The doctor ordered CBC with differential (which is blood cells count with count of different cell classes) TSH (which is thyroid stimulating hormone) cmp (which is comprehensive metabolic panel) uds 9 (which is urine drug screen 9-drug panel).
All those are routine orders and any psychiatrist would need to know the results to properly assess a patient. There is no reason to suspect of your doctor.
Dr. Mara Fiorentino
Dr. Mara Fiorentino
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes, she can

As a physician like any other, your psychiatrist has responsibilities for monitoring parameters of your health -- like these lab results.
It appears she wants to check your basic blood and metabolic panels, plus thyroid stimulating hormone. She has also ordered a urine drug screen (uds). Drugs you're using will show in the latter test.

In brief: Yes, she can

As a physician like any other, your psychiatrist has responsibilities for monitoring parameters of your health -- like these lab results.
It appears she wants to check your basic blood and metabolic panels, plus thyroid stimulating hormone. She has also ordered a urine drug screen (uds). Drugs you're using will show in the latter test.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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