I got dismissed for low medicain in my system one yr.for soma and he upped me on that one and then this yr. I ran out of vicodon earlie and could not make it in to talk to him when he requested. Othere then that never took any percription drug that where not mine . I really like my doctore very nice guy . But that what happends right.
Depends what state your in. You shouldn't have a problem bc usually they don't give refills on narcotics. Depends what the reason why you got dismissed.
If you have a refill, and not a new script, is the drug controlled. In some states you have to have a new script every time. What med are you talking about?
yes, you should be able to get the refill that is left unless he happened to call the pharmacy and canceled all refills but I doubt they would do that. It is already written and in your record and I doubt he would have cancelled any refills but it is possible depending on why you were dismissed. If you were under suspicion for diversion, he may call to cancel your refill. You can use this last refill to wean off or to get you by until you find a new Dr.
You should have no problem filling it if it is a written prescription that he gave you early, to hold on to until time to fill, as my PM does.
I believe by law, if dismissed, the Dr must give you a 30 day supple of the meds he/ she has been subscribing for you. That's the law here I'm NJ..
To allow you some time to find another Doctor.
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