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... In general,the majority of pharmacies(CVS,RiteAide,ect) will NOT refill narcotic scripts earlier than 25 days.In fact many PM's are now coinciding refill dates on a 28 day schedule. Even having 2 separate scripts you will run into a problem at the pharmacy level if they are in the same drug family(e.g. opioids) My first question though is........*what do you mean by... (7 replies)
... I've been seeing my PM doc for about 5 years. I have gone up in my dosage over the years, but have only requested early refills a couple of times. I was given a new medication to try out last month, a free 1 week trial and a script for one month. ... (7 replies)
... This explanation along with a few other is exactly whats happening with your friends refills and I can confirm based on personal experience. ... (14 replies)

... However, the million dollar question is why his Doc is permitting new scripts when he's using all his refills so quickly. ... (14 replies)
... I know that most topics about early refills tend to refer to a person using class 3 drugs like Vicodin,etc. ... (14 replies)
... d cover me till the 25th of june,then get a 30 day supply on the 25th wich would cover me comfortably till i get back,with a few days to spare,this way,theres no early refills,everyones happy. Mad. ... (2 replies)
... Shoreline had some really good points there. I also go in every month for my refills and unlike my previous doctor, who refilled me every 28 days with 30 days of meds. ... (7 replies)
... have never have given me two different scripts, The one time I did try a med that didn't work was oral Dilaudiid, I called after 2 weeks, made an apt to be seen early and brought the remaining meds in for a count and disposal before being issued a new script. ... (7 replies)
... It is a really bad idea to get early refills for norcotics. In NY state the PM doctors, PC docs, Hospitals as well as the DEA are aware of RED FLAG nacotic users. ... (50 replies)
... you ask for refills when the medications were set to run out. If you need stronger medication, you simply ask for them. That makes her job easier. ... (4 replies)
... This dr has denied early refills before. ... (8 replies)
... Technically, no. CIIs are not permitted "refills"...i.e. circled on the script. However, a 90 supply is possible via one of two ways: Docs can provide up to 90 days of post dated scripts...Three scripts, each to follow the other with dates pre-written on them. Docs can write a 90 day supply. (14 replies)
... I didnt think that you could get refills on prescriptions like this. ... (14 replies)
... I'm surprised, however, by how few pharmacists realize this. They think no refills for schedule II means no more than 30 days at a time for schedule II, which is not the case. ... (14 replies)
... by the way, have you considered getting 90 day supplies? Some insurance companies will allow you to do this, and it's far more convenient. If your doctor is going to give you refills you anyway they might as well combine them (i.e., 90 day supply of schedule IV med instead of 30 day supply + 2 refills). (14 replies)
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... and 3 days early to 5 days early max. ... (14 replies)
... Insurance companies usually have early refill rules for payment purposes, but if you're not using insurance, it shouldn't be an issue. ... (14 replies)
... I don't see anyone getting judgmental or beating you up. It isn't just the insurance that will only pay for one month at a time, but certain laws about controlled medication. It is a pain to have to go every month to get our meds, just like we have to go and see the Dr. every 8-10 weeks for our CII meds. there are certain that can exceptions where you can get a 90 day supply,... (12 replies)
... Mary when you say you were heavy handed with the pills does this mean you were taking more than prescribed and calling in for early refills? ... (27 replies)




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