For 3½yrs? and he needs it also what do i need to say in order to switch Drs for them to understand why he wants another Dr? And do i need to swich Drs before he calls us with his decision? please let me know what to do thanks
Any doctor can refuse to refill any prescription at any time, especially a narcotic pain reliever. Sadly this is true, even if your dad is in pain.
It would behoove your father to get a referral to a Pain Management Doctor, so ask for that, don't let your dad do what is called "doctor shopping" because he may be flagged as a drug seeker, since Norco is a narcotic pain reliever.
I wish you and your dad the best,
Yes his doctor can refuse to refill his prescription. Especially if it is a narcotic, which this is , and he feels that he may be abusing it. I know this doesn't seem fair and it may not be right and it seems cruel especially if he is in pain but they have the right to do this.
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