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... fill. Insurance paid for it no problem. I was also feeling under medicated. I had no problem for a few years until they got a new 30 year old pharmacist that came in and was gung ho about all being perfect. He was even driving the other assistant pharmicists nuts. ... (13 replies)
... Your Doctor will have to write the script and he or she can fill for a different quantity or strength. Insurance will pay if there is ANY CHANGE at all to a medication. My monthly fills I can fill up to 10 days early only if the previous script did not cover a full 24 hr period. ... (13 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)

... In the future, if you are going to be traveling while you need a refill, you need to advise your doctor so he can properly code a new prescription for travel . ... (5 replies)
... I'm currently packing for a trip to visit some out of state universities in 2 days and wont be back until 2 weeks from now. I got my prescription filled on the 9th of this month and tried calling for a refill on Friday, but the pharmacy said it was too soon to get it filled. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome! Typically in this situation it should be coordinated with the doctor ahead of time to be allowed an early refill due to travel. However, it seems it is too late to do anything before you leave. ... (5 replies)
... Ah....I come from Australia, and it isnt controled here, and I read that it wasnt controled under the federal laws in America.... I didnt realise there were state laws as well as federal ones in the US relating to this! ... (9 replies)
... i.e, do you use insurance or do you pay cash, if you use insurance what medications are advantageous under your insurance plan, how you want the medications to be written, etc. ... (12 replies)
... using their term addiction. I doubt many people that work for the DEA could explain the difference betwen addiction and being physically dependent which is just a natural physiological reponse to certain meds. ... (4 replies)
... You should discuss with your doctor as far as how they expect you to take them. ... (2 replies)
... I started on health boards back in 2000 when I was 17 when I experienced my first disc herniation. I have been lurkin on and off for years now. I figured I would share a little on this topic. I live in Oregon and I am a member of Kiaser Permanente. ... (33 replies)
... NYS has a policy that both the doctor who is writing a schedule II drug and the pharmacist must check the database both before writing a schedule II med and again before it is filled, otherwise the prescription can not be filled. It was enacted a year ago or so . ... (8 replies)
... rule pharmacies have when refilling meds. But how do you know when those 6 months are up and they start the next 6 month period? ... (8 replies)
... Not to be contriversial, but I think what Mynightmare is referring to is not that they run out early every month but that their Dr. ... (13 replies)
... My story is a little long but I'll try and compress it. ... (2 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)
Refill problems
Nov 10, 2011
... I check online and it says the prescription is ready for pick up. I go to the pharmacy and she holds onto it saying I can't pick it up until the 30th day. This is the same pharmacy that has refilled them early for me before. ... (19 replies)
... Thank you. Your post has touched me the most so far. It just seems that you know exactly what is going on and how I feel. Your words were perfect. Thank you so much. I really feel better, because of you and the few others that support me. ... (40 replies)
... elf from that and show your doctor that you are not an addict. Every on here knows somebody who was an opiate addict and made the world worse for all of us. I posted about a dose increase and someone immediately told me I was an addict. This world of chronic pain is so hard. ... (40 replies)
... I have a question.....My wife and I both see the same Primary care doctor. We have been going to him for around 18 months. We are both treated by him for lower back pain. ... (14 replies)

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