16 Jan 2014
Most Drs dont write more than one prescription per document but I believe it is okay to put more than one Rx on a document as long as the drug is not a controlled substance. Controlled drugs must be written by themselves and have one prescription per document. Medrol is not a controlled substance. Most Docs only write one script per each document just as a "best practice" sort of thing and to avoid confusion and mistakes at the pharmacy. Regulations can be different from state to state as well.
- Medrol Information for Consumers
- Medrol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Medrol (detailed)
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