... oklahoma? And, does OBNDD or the doctor notify them about the violation? I've only read about folks who have managed to get hundresd or thousands of pills through numerous doctors. What about someone who did it three or four times and did not get a full month's prescription? Would that bring OBNDD's attention to them? My sister was getting somekind of diet pill from one doctor, but said they did not give her enough for the whole month. So, she went to another doctor and only got like 1/4 of a full month. I think 3 0r 4 times, then stopped after she read in the paper about the doctor shopping law. It was about 8 months ago I think. No one has said anything to her. Would this get OBNDD to look at her? I don't think she ever did it again.
How many times is a person allowed to doctor shop before the OBNDD pays attention to them in?
Added 15 Sep 2010:
I am also curious if OBNDD can use their prescription data information as the basis of a case? Or can they legally contact an employer.
The pharmacy is usually the one who reports the person and they look more for opiate abusers and benzo abusers. Most weight loss clinics dispense the meds themselves instead of writing you a prescription, I am not sure if this can be used to make meth with, but, if it can, I would really have thought that it would have caused a problem before now. Thank God she wised up, this is not a good thing for her to do.
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