How would a doctor write a perscription to take 1 to 2 tabs every 2 to 4 hours as needed for pain?
- 10 Jun 2010 by s_blohm
10 Jun 2010
It depends on the med call your pharmacy and ask them this question and they should be able to answer your question or call your Doc he too may have made a mistake and wrote the script wrong Good Luck
11 Jun 2010
You mean how it's written on the pad? As in bid?
11 Jun 2010
One a day is: oid or sid. Two a day is: bid. As required is: prn or ad. lib. Every hour is: qh. Daily is: od. Does that help?
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