You probably dont have any civil damages, but if you report it, she could lose her license and they both could get criminal charges for drug distribution and possession.
Like your other question, I have changed the practice area to military law so those who practice in that area can respond to you. Your recourse is to report to the doctor's superiors.
See previous post.
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Your question requires research into Privacy Act laws, identity theft, and into privacy protection. It sounds like they are using your identity for their purposes. The military is very serious about prescription accountability, etc, so this sounds very serious.. Another question is whether you have a duty to report this to someone or to advise that you have not been taking the medication prescribed to you. Your questions require further research.
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