Thread: Military Docs And Dependents
01-21-2005, 01:48 PM #1
Military Docs And Dependents
hey bros- i posted this in the steriod forum, but thought i might get more of a response here..
just a general Q.
i am not in the military any more- though my wife is. that makes me a dependent, so can i see a military doc and not have to worry about repercussions from AS use???
i cant see how they could do anything to me, but i'm only assuming they could do something to my wifey...?
anyone with simular situation???
01-21-2005, 01:51 PM #2
I have no idea about your question but your avatar is phucking great!
01-21-2005, 01:52 PM #3
Not a good idea... First your doctor is a gov. representitive, in which is going to have to report you because military doctors have to.. Compliance with technical orders n all. Secondly if tricare was to find you doing anything like that I would be ready to be dropped, or some sort of repercussion.
01-21-2005, 01:53 PM #4
01-21-2005, 01:56 PM #5
thats pretty much what i was thinking- theres no way a military doc is just going to let go a dependent using AS.. tricare, yadda, yadda....
problem is- i have what i believe is a small sterile abcess in my quad. i wont be able to use ins. going to a private doc....
this flipping blows
Originally Posted by Syndicate
01-21-2005, 02:07 PM #6
Yea people blab about all the freebies in the military and I heard you, get free medical n dental.... Medical is ok considering these are new doctors practicing on you, you dont have patient/doctor trust. "Dont ever believe for one second that they wont turn you in, because if you get caught later or something of the sort, the doctor will go down harder than you." As for dental there is always one there that can actually preform decent dental work althou the others just pick up the drill for the first time and dont understand the less is better concept.
01-21-2005, 02:24 PM #7Originally Posted by zx7racing
01-21-2005, 02:52 PM #8
I would be very careful. Remember your wife is responsible for your actions as a "family member" and use of illegal substances could cause her some problems. For instance if she has a clearance and say you get investigated or arrested by civil or military authorities for use or possession of illegal substances...it could adversly affect her clearance and her career. I would suggest that you go to a civilian doctor for this and suck up the expense. It's not worth her career to save a few bucks.
JMO Hope you are ok.
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