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... I see my pain management Dr once a month to get refills on my MSContin(morphine) and want to know when to get it filled at the pharmacy? For example, if I saw my Dr on 9-27-02 and he writes me a presciption for the morphine #120 tabs take one four times a day...a months supply, and I get it filled on that day. My next appointment with him is on 10-24-02, which is not 30 days... (4 replies)
... t me know I can pick up my medication. It's unusual but it happens once or twice a year. I've had a good experience with Kaiser Permanente when it has come to my narcotic prescriptions. My primary care doctor is a pretty cool guy and I feel very lucky to have found him. ... (33 replies)
... My doctor always does the 28 days system as well. I find it easier that way as I generally always know when my next appointment will be and I'm sure it's easier for scheduling. Most medications that are prescribed are prescribed for 30, it's not just limited to pain medications. It just makes more sense that way due to refills. For example my cholesterol pill is every 30... (4 replies)

... My doctor that is leaving gave me a list of doctors taking new patients,and I seen some and everyone says they dont fill narcotics. ... (14 replies)
... They due not "stack" dates of refills. My insurance will pay at 25 days. I follow when my doctor says I can fill a medication. My class 2 meds, I always fill on day 30, per my doctor. Some meds I pick up earlier, when it becomes available for refill, and it would be more convenient for me to pick it up early, I do. ... (15 replies)
... pharmacy is required to reconcile their narcotic inventory daily to ensure it matches what they dispensed. ... (33 replies)
... Hi, I normally just read posts but I wanted to jump in since I have been shorted narcotic pain medications from 2 different pharmacies in the past. Now I always count my medication as soon as I get home. ... (33 replies)
Gotta pay cash
Jul 30, 2012
... Were you trying to fill a narcotic? ... (37 replies)
... A good PM Dr. is someone who uses a comprehensive plan to help their patients...A narcotic should be just one SMALL portion of this to help chronic pain. Too many people think that this should be their only thing to use to "get rid of" their pain. ... (19 replies)
... was allowed to fill any narcotic prescriptions until thoroughly investigated.. but I'm not certain, I caught it in the middle of the report. Not seen any report since. ... (19 replies)
... My Dr.s office requires that all refills or call in to pu prescriptions are to be called in no earlier than 72 hours...So you have been lucky for a day turnaround.. ... (2 replies)
... date narcotic prescriptions! Check the DEA website for yourself. ... (25 replies)
... Early refill is translated to "drug addict" in a doctor's office or pharmacy. Given the amount of meds your wife was getting and then trying to fill again 11 days early, I wouldn't be surprised if they did call the DEA. ... (14 replies)
... It sounds like your Physician is complying with the ever changing Drug Laws and the attempts by State Regulators and Feds to track narcotic prescriptions. My state has specific restrictions which do not permit any Class 3 drugs to have any refills, no exceptions. ... (2 replies)
... Don't take narcotic prescriptions from other doctors. ... (17 replies)
... Thank you all for your replies. Do I need to ask my pain doctor to send me to surgery consult? I signed a contract saying that I wouldn't allow any other doctor to treat me while I was at the pain management clinic. I am sure if they referred me out then that wouldn't violate the contract. Or so I would hope...They told me if I voilated the contract no doctor would see me or I... (6 replies)
... ng high script writing doctors who might have celebrity patients or simply addicts with alot of money who would see multiple doctors and have multiple pharmacies fill the prescriptions. ... (11 replies)
... After my fusion last fall, it was looking like I was going to have to remain on some type of long term narcotic pain medication. I had concerns about this as I actually work in a pharmacy and I didn't want to place myself in a potentially compromising position. ... (9 replies)
... I've experienced both situations in my dealings with Class II meds. I live in Maryland and I've taken my narcotic prescriptions to the very same pharmacy but in two or three different locations only to find out that one professes to NEVER SPLIT THE SCRIPT!!! Absolutely no! ... (10 replies)
... Insurance companies unless mail in, won't fill more than one month's narcotic and the DEA law has no effect on insurance company policies. ... (13 replies)

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