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I am SMI and diagnosed as bi-polar I & Borderline Personality Disorder. I am female, 55, obese, white, on Medicare. Used to be home owner & employed. Became Homeless & labeled a criminal when I became 100% disabled, wrongfully terminated, and SSA took 3 1/2 years to pay. I am still poor but not a criminal. Every time I go to the hospital, any reason, I am always subjected to a UA before they treat any condition that brought me to the ER. I've been held down by security & disrobed & had a catheter inserted when I refuse a UA when the test is not relevant to my symptoms like severe panic attack which is part of my DSM-V diagnoses & am on medication Xanax to treat the disorder. What law or legal advice can be provided to stop hospitals & psych-wards from automatically subjecting me to a UA?
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