Their reasoning was questionable- they told me because my insurance approved Dexedrine ER, and that my name is under both my maiden name and married name, and that I use multiple pharmacies (which is untrue- they call my scripts in to three different CVS’s). I called the pharmacy and my insurance and they denied I was flagged. I don’t know what to think?
Well, I am not taking Dexedrine ER; I am taking Lamictal and Wellbutrin XL. However, of they are falsely accusing you of becoming an addict, I would have insurance and CVS (guessing that's who you go through as your Pharmacist) email you something you can print off to show proof, or get them to fax your doctor. And if that doesn't work, I know it's a pain, but find a new doctor that won't red flag you for their incompetency. I hope that helps.
- Dexedrine Information for Consumers
- Dexedrine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Dexedrine (detailed)
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