My bottle only had 78 pills. I will run out before insurance allows me to refill. I have been told by my pharmacy that only the manufacturer can help. I have paid for 12 pills that I did not get. What do you suggest for me?
The manufacturer cannot do anything about it. Your doctor can help you with that if his narrative suggests that this is mandatory for you to have that much. It also depends on your insurance coverage. As I do not know what kind of insurance/ network you are in, you might have to pay out-of-pocket money for it even though your doctor's narrative is approved by your insurance company.
Betty, If the pill bottle was sealed in that you had to break the seal to open the bottle To remove the pills, Poche 911 was absolutely correct. If the pill container was not sealed then I believe the pharmacy should make good on the missing pills as it may have been a miss count on their part on the initial prescription. I would hope you did not take more doses than what was prescribed or loose the pills as you removed them from the container, either way, missing 12 pills seems a lot of missing pills.
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