The Lily Program® ~ An Individualized Mental Health Program For Women

Take a Prescription Addiction/Abuse Self Test
For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

Do I have a prescription abuse/addiction problem?

This brief self-test for prescription addiction provides a general assessment of where you might be with your prescription use and can help you to decide whether you could benefit from treatment.

For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

1. Do you take more than the suggested dosage of over the counter or prescription medicines?
2. Do you combine drinking and prescription medications to enhance the effects of your medication?
3. Do you and your friends share prescriptions with one another?
4. Have you used prescription drugs in the past?
5. Do you spend less time with your family and more time with your friends that take prescription medications.
6. Have your family or friends expressed concerns about your prescription drug use?
7. Do you get your prescriptions from more than one doctor?
8. While under the influence of your prescription drugs have you gotten into any arguments with others?
9. In order to function, do you find yourself increasing your dosage of your prescription medications?
10. Have you ever lost a job due to coming in late, mistakes, or poor work performance as a result of your prescription drug use?
11. Has your prescription drug use ever resulted in memory loss or blackouts?
12. When you stop taking your prescription drugs do you experience any withdrawal symptoms or feel sick?
13. Do you ever feel ashamed or guilty after using your prescriptions?
14. Do you take prescription medications to heal emotional pains as opposed to physical conditions?
15. Do you hide your prescription drug use from your friends, family or employer?
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