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... Assuming that there isn't any change in meds during that 6 month window, filling early during that 180 day period will result in a delay of filling your prescription, if you are filling early, until the 180 days are up, which is the amount of time 6 months of 30 day supplies of opiates should last. ... (8 replies)
... omeone early, regardless of what the Ins comp says. But i will say this, you will not get penalized months down the road for having your meds filled 2 or so days early each month, meaning ''stacking'' and have to wait and play catch up at the pharmacy.. ... (8 replies)
... ows you to fill on the day of your appointment, usually between 27 and 29 days. Neither my insurance or pharmacy makes me wait at some point to make up for those early days. I think it depends on both the insurance and the pharmacy. Just ask their fill policies for controlled medications. ... (8 replies)

... ntinues to fill two or three days early, for several months, at some point the pharmacy and insurance is going to refuse to fill the prescription until all those early fill days are in line with 180 days. The PMP programs track scheduled II medications, fill dates and days supply. ... (8 replies)
... Every pharmacy will have their own rules as to when a refill is or can be filled, as long as they are with in the laws. 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,... (8 replies)
... Filling a scheduled medication early can lead to trouble. Insurance , pharmacies and your doctor's all track the number of days supply, the fill dates of any scheduled medication. ... (8 replies)
... Hey everyone! This is my first post on here. I was hoping someone would be able to answer my question. I've been getting Adderell once a month for at least 5 years now. Right now I have state insurance. I usually fill my prescription at CVS and they always fill it every 28 days. Last month I dropped it off on the 26th day expecting to come back 2 days later to pick it up.... (8 replies)
... Question about prescriptions my dr office requires refills be called in 48 hours in advance, but each prescription is supposed to last 30 days. ... (11 replies)
... which you are required to get a new script for each month, no refills, and no filling before the fill date. If you are on Tramadol, that is not a Schedule II med, and it treated much more leniently. ... (30 replies)
Filling Med early?
Jun 11, 2010
... I'm so happy that it was resolved. But, there is no way you should lose your refills, because of a pharmacy error. This happened to me once (the pharmacy employee didn't indicate my refills). Well, before I left I pointed out my refills aren't showing and that I don't see my PM Doctor for 2 months and she doesn't allow phone authorizations for prescriptions. Well, the... (15 replies)
... I know that most topics about early refills tend to refer to a person using class 3 drugs like Vicodin,etc. ... (14 replies)
... or they may be given prescriptions ahead of time with a date written upon which they can fill it on or after. ... (6 replies)
Pain med refill
Mar 2, 2012
... A narcotic prescription is meant to last for 30 days. So a Pharmacy does have a right, all on their own, to decline filling it until then. There shouldn't be a reason that you are out of medicine before 30 days. ... (2 replies)
... I can't speak for anyone else, but if you have been flagged already for filling medications early, then please be very careful and be extra sure to read the directions on the label and follow them to the letter. ... (7 replies)
... as i said on another thread regarding fill-in Rx's, most folks who travel know in advance that they will be out of town and pain folks are justifiably keenly aware of refill dates on their drugs. put that together and simply ask your prescriber for a "60-day supply" which he states on the Rx. If you know your doctor and he/she knows you and, especially if you fill your... (10 replies)
... was NOT a pleasant experience and I told my pain doc about it. He understood and said that some pharmacists have a 'passive aggressive' attitude when it comes to filling pain meds. ... (3 replies)
... And for what it's worth I think it's funny that you mention it being the law that a pharmacist not let an insured person pay cash to bypass the fill date. I was trying to point out that I take a triptan for my migraines (not a narcotic, or habit forming). It is very very expensive so insurance won't cover nearly enough to get me through a month. The pharmacy has no problem... (20 replies)
... the dentist and the ob, for several months now, and other times , filling a prescription what is considered early. ... (20 replies)
Tramadol
Apr 17, 2013
... Insurance companies don't like filling ANY prescriptions more than a few days ahead of time... ... (5 replies)
... gs I mentioned in a previous post. I think the reason why he went off on me the first time was that I am a new patient, and he wanted to make it very clear that early fills are not acceptable. ... (16 replies)




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