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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. ... (13 replies)
... I agree with everyone else in that this particular med can not be refilled and has to be a hand written rx. ... (13 replies)
... You 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'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)
... 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. ... (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)
... 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)
... r 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 . So either your doctor or the pharmacist should be able to tell you when exactly you can get it filled. ... (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)
... 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)
... I think we have all been where you are. I have had a jaw flare where I literally had tears come from my eyes, and I needed that ONE extra pill that day...but if my jaw was out of control for a week, you can see where one extra pill for 7 days would put me out of meds early. ... (13 replies)
... If they wanted to be in control of what and how much a person takes then they should have went to med school and became doctors. ... (16 replies)
... Oh no, I feel for you! I had been in that same situation before. ... (8 replies)
... methadone, Ritalin and the other amphetamines are in the highest schedule which is scrutinized by several different groups. Pharmacist are the front line, they can report over prescribing to the board of pharmacy, the medical board or go federal and get police involved. ... (4 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)
... 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.k. ... (20 replies)
Refill problems
Nov 10, 2011
... for 2 years now for lower back issues. Because of chronic migraines, my doctor also prescribed percocet 5mg. ... (19 replies)
... It appears there isn't much you can do at this point. However, I would definitely have a talk with your Doctor about the number of pills of prescribed per month. ... (27 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)

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