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    There is also this:

    I had my regular prescription from my doctor filled on Dec. 19th.
    His MD wrote for a 30 day supply that was filled on the 19th. He tried to present another prescription for the same drug, in a lower quantity on the 23rd, they can't fill it that soon. End of story.

    Chuuku Davis (140 posts)

    5. You filled a rx for 120 hydrocodone

    Then come back for another rx for a smaller amt from a different doc four days later

    Does not look good at all to a pharmacy or medical board
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    It is a true story, the government leans hard on the doctors and the pharmacists, you have bureaucrats that know much more than people with medical degrees with their hands in the mix. Expect this to get exponentially worse in the future.
    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    The DEA is now practicing medicine.

    Pharmacies must follow a strict controlled substance vs. non controlled substance dispensing ratio.

    Is it worth getting shut down to help a DUmmie with a toothache when he is already taking four pills a day?
    Yep. Poor stupid DUmmie doesn't realize that this is government healthcare at work.
    Olde-style, states' rights conservative. Ask if this concept confuses you.
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