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... He started coming down on me about filling early. I told him that insurance allows for payment on a fill up to 7 days prior to the fill date. He said true, but you still are not do for a refill. ... (13 replies)
... week thing. I slipped up and took an extra pill a few times. Enough to where I'll be out tomorrow and can't get a refill until Tuesday. ... (12 replies)
... will NOT refill narcotic scripts earlier than 25 days.In fact many PM's are now coinciding refill dates on a 28 day schedule. ... (7 replies)

... I'm sorry, I'm confused. So, your PMC wrote you a prescription for 30 Hydrocodone. Then they wrote you another prescription for 90? ... (25 replies)
... When you say that you are taking a dose at 3am, is that an extra dose for you in 24 hrs or is that included in your 24 hr dose? ... (13 replies)
... ou probably will not be able to get it filled until the 15th day, maybe the 14th. I've found that's just how getting these medications work. I tried to get my prescription filled 4 days early because I was going out of town, but the pharmacy would not let me. ... (13 replies)
... I guess you guys are right! Most days I do need them. ... (11 replies)
... a year for vacation but can you do this for schedule II meds? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Dave. I really understand about the early refills, etc. ... (17 replies)
... In a situation where I might need to have a prescription filled early, I talk to my doctor about why I need it early. And there have been situations in the last 11 years where I needed an early refill. If my doctor o. ... (20 replies)
... I am also wondering why a person would need to fill a new prescription every month by 5 days? ... (13 replies)
... Not trying to be judgmental but there really is no reason to need a refill 5 days early every month. That would indicate that you are taking more than prescribed. That right there is one of the reasons for all of the restrictions in the first place. ... (13 replies)
Apr 16, 2013
... You can't get early refills because each prescription is supposed to last you for 30 days. Insurance, as well as your pharmacy and the DEA all monitor controlled substances, as well as your physician does as well. ... (5 replies)
... Because it's all in the computer....they do calculate each time you are a day early...So with your Ambien prescription...if you only take one at night...You actually should have at least by your account....4 to 5 days of extra medication. ... (2 replies)
Pain med refill
Mar 2, 2012
... What did they say when you told them you do not have insurance? ... (2 replies)
... Pharmacy records will show when you last filled it and picked it up. Most pharmacy records are computerized now, and the scan done when you pick up, shows the date you picked up the prescription, and the fill date shows on the bottle. ... (3 replies)
... the total number of days the prescription should last is 20 days. ... (2 replies)
Refill problems
Nov 22, 2011
... y contracts that we have with our PM's does say it in them. My PM's contract specifically states that any medication prescribed for a condition they are treating you for, is not to be used for any other purpose but the one it is being provided to treat. ... (19 replies)
Refill problems
Nov 22, 2011
... days early according to your own words. ... (19 replies)
... i would not tell them you are out, i would wait til it is time for the new prescription to be filled. i wish you luck. ... (12 replies)

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