Can i admit to my doctor that i take weed?

If you have a medical condition, have never had a negative drug test, and want to be able to get a prescription for medical marijuana, you should be able to.

If you have a medical condition or a debilitating condition, you may be able to get a medical marijuana card. Your doctor can help you determine if you have a qualifying condition.

The doctor will need to see you for a consultation to make sure you meet the federal requirements for medical marijuana. If you do, your doctor can probably write a recommendation for you. You will also need to fill out a medical marijuana questionnaire and pay for the marijuana.

You can have a consultation with a doctor online or in person. They will ask you questions about your medical history, including if you have any of the following:

  • A history of drug or alcohol addiction
  • Epilepsy
  • Adrenal insufficiency
  • A history of cancer
  • A history or diagnosis of AIDS

If you do have a medical condition, you should be able to get a medical marijuana card. But it’s important to understand that the federal government does not recognize it.

If you have a qualifying condition, you may be able to get your doctor to write a recommendation for you. You can also get a recommendation from a doctor, a nurse, or a nurse practitioner.

You will need to take a medical marijuana questionnaire and pay for the marijuana. If you’re not a patient, you can still get your prescription from a doctor, nurse, or nurse practitioner.

A doctor will likely need to see you in person to write a recommendation.

Will I have to take a medical marijuana test?

No, you won’t need to take a test to get a medical marijuana card. This is because you don’t need to be prescribed medical marijuana in order to get a card.

If you’re already a patient, you don’t need to take a test. You can get a card without taking a test.

How long does it take to get a?

You can start your process to get a medical marijuana card as soon as you’re eligible, but it can take up to 180 days.

How do I get a medical marijuana card?

To get a card, you must be a patient with a qualifying condition. You can also get a card from someone who is not a patient.

You will need to show that you have a qualifying condition and that the effects of the drug will not cause you to become a danger to yourself or others.

If you don’t already have a doctor, you can start the process online or in person.

Your doctor will need to see you for a consultation to determine if you are qualified.

If you do not meet the federal requirements, you will need to get a recommendation from a doctor, nurse, or nurse practitioner.

In order to get a card, you will need to take a medical marijuana questionnaire and pay for the marijuana.

Once you get your card, you can use it to get a prescription for medical marijuana.

You can also talk to your doctor about getting a card and get help with getting a recommendation in order to get your card.

Are there any costs?

You’re not required to pay for the marijuana, and your state will most likely cover it. You do need to pay for the consultation with your doctor and the questionnaire.

Your doctor will need to see you for a consultation.

Your doctor will also need to see you for a physical exam to go over your medical history.

How long will it take to get my card?

The process to get a medical marijuana card can take up to 180 days.

How will I know if my doctor approves?

Your doctor will need to see you for a consultation, which can take one to two weeks.

Your doctor may ask you to complete a medical marijuana questionnaire.

You will need to pay for the consultation.

How long does it take to get my card?

It can take up to 180 days.

How do I get a card?

You can get it from your state’s department of health.

If you’re not a patient, you can also get a card from someone who is not a patient.

You can start the process online or in person.

Your doctor can write you a recommendation for a card.

You will need a medical marijuana questionnaire and pay for the marijuana.

Once you get a card, you can use it to get a prescription for medical marijuana.

You can also talk to your doctor about getting a card and getting help with getting a recommendation in order to get your card.

What if I can’t get a card?

You can’t get a card if you’re a minor. If you’re a minor, you will need a parent or legal guardian to apply for a card.

You can also get a card from someone who is not a minor.

You can start the process to get a card as soon as you’re eligible, but it can take up to 180 days.

How long does it take to get my prescription?

You can start the process to get a prescription for medical marijuana as soon as you’re eligible.

Your prescription will be valid for two years, and you will likely have to renew it every year.

What if I have a qualifying condition?

If you have one of the qualifying conditions, you can get a card.

However, you will likely need a doctor’s recommendation and a physical exam.

Can I get a card if I don’t have a qualifying condition?

You can get a card if you have no qualifying conditions.

A quick recap

To get a medical marijuana card, you must be a patient and have a qualifying condition.

You can also get a card from someone who is not a medical marijuana patient. You’ll need a medical marijuana card to receive a prescription for medical marijuana.

If you do not meet the federal requirements, you will have to get a recommendation from a doctor, nurse, or nurse practitioner.

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