... electronically sends it to the pharmacy?
Can I get a hard copy of my prescription from my pharmacy if my doctor...
Question posted by Bmarlow8180 on 30 April 2019
Last updated on 1 May 2019 by kbeagle2
Most doctor's have switched to the electronic method of sending prescriptions to the pharmacy. This is a safer and better option as it cuts down on the ability to forge a prescription in the midst of the opioid epidemic for one. This also cuts down on lost prescriptions or ones that are not legible from accidental incidents. So many reasons why they have switched. You did not indicated why you may need a copy of your script but you will have all the information you need in the pamphlet enclosed with every prescription. It gives you the the doctor prescribing, medication name, dosage, instruction for use, what the medication is used for, possible drug interactions, common side effects and severe side effects and other information as well.
Hi. I'm sure that your pharmacy can and will supply to you the record and dosing information of any prescription you have filled there however as for a "hard copy" I'm not sure what you mean. If your doctor phoned or faxed in the prescription than such a "copy" may be limited in scope such as a signature and or the doctors hand written instructions. It depends on how such prescription(s) was delivered and or the method of transmission.
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