... had an appointment with my family Dr. It was time for me to get my monthly refills,which was norco 10/325 mg on October.at a different pharmacy they called my family Dr office and they cancelled my prescription. Can you please tell me why? This is the first time this has happened
dorothy; Sounds like you need to talk to your family doctor and explain why you got the other Norco and to get enough of the regular ones to last until it's due again. Many times when your Insurance is billed for a prescription they well reject another one if it's too soon saying you got it from another doctor or a drug similar to the other. Then the pharmacy has to get an override from your regular doctor.also if you have any left from the other doctor take them to your regular doctor to show you were not taking both, This is getting to be a big problem due to the D.E.A. AND GOVERNMENT'S NEW REGULATIONS ON ANY MEDICATION THAT HAS HYDROCODONE IN IT. but the only one that has the possibility of fixing this is your regular doctor. Good luck Chuck1957 Or have your 2 doctors talk to each other about what happened.
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