I have been taking Xanax for 4 years now and now my doctor went out of business and if I don't take Xanax I have seizures. I live in MD and I am trying to find a new doctor that will write me a prescription for my Xanax. So please if you know a doctor that will, please let me know. Thank you very much.
Do you have the prescription bottle with your information on it? And, do you fill your prescription at the same pharmacy? The reason I ask is because I ran out of Lexapro over a long weekend and was concerned what type of withdrawals systems I was going to have. I went to the CVS, where I always fill my prescription, and they were able to give me 5 days worth based on my history with them. You can also go to an emergency room if you have the necessary information and proof that you have been taking them continually.
Hope that helps some,
Find a solo doctor who has his/her own practice. I have searched online when, I was going to move. There are many reputable sites. Like healthgrades, vitals, psychology today, “find a doctor”. Most solo doctors don’t have a hospital affiliation. Many solo doctors in NJ are increasingly no longer/don’t accepting insurance- it goes for a multitude of specialists around here. I pay out of pocket. You, do get in faster & if, you can afford it. It may be the best option.
You do however have one of the best hospitals shepherd Pratt if, you need assistance in that way.
I would search online to start- even, type in “doctors near me”. There are many in MD. Don’t lose hope! If, you need help searching message me.
You know yourself & your needs best.
I hope you find a doctor soon-take care!
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