... a week later. The pharmacist wanted me to double up and I told him I couldnt due to custody court issues. I thought it was weird and never returned them. Now he is refusing to fill any of my scripts. This happen to anyone?
That seems outrageous to me!! I've never heard of this happening.
Please report this pharmacist to your doc, or the AMA...
Wait for some more opinions on this, because this pharmacist should have her/his licence taken away!!!
Could you add more details to your question? Is there more to this story?
Not accusing you of anything, just wondering about this pharmacist!!!
Your first post left a hazy picture, but the follow-up clarified it. Unless I'm confused, it appears that the pharmacist extended you a courtesy, by filling the second prescription just a few days after the first one. He was trusting you to return the first prescription, as you are not supposed to have both. He could have simply refused to fill the second script until you brought back the first one, but he did you a huge favor - that indicated trust. Since you did not return the first prescription, it's quite understandable that he would object. Benzo drugs are serious business. If a pharmacist has entrusted a patient with more than his/her doctor prescribed, his reputation and licensing is on the line. Klonopin is a common drug of abuse, and any pharmacist is on high alert for signs of abuse. This situation indicated a problem for him. I don't think he was out of line in his response.
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