their meds. every 28 days before they run out. I take lortab and soma for neck, low back and migraines and endometriosis. Lortab really helps but sometimes i run low depending on the month and how each day goes but i guess what i'm asking is how much are the dr's allowed to write for per day per month? plz help... the soma is ok, but does not seem to help like the lortab.
I to have to see my dr. every month for pain meds. He has agreed to see me every other month due to the cost of the office visit. He gives me a prescription for that month and a script for the following month dating it 3 to 4 days before I run out. He can't date it any sooner because my insurance won't cover it and it's a controlled substance Oxycodone.
I see a pain doctor who sees me every 28 days. He said he does that on purpose so I never run out. I am prescribed medications that I have to legally see him once a month. I take soma along with Kadian (Morphine) and norco (similar to vicadin) and zanaflex. So if my doctor can do it I don't see why yours can't. Besides dosen't a new prescription trump all exsisting prescriptions? ???
Lortab is a brand name for hydrocodone soma is carisoprodol a carbamate drug if you take lortab and soma together it will magnify the effects of the lortab you may get a very substantial analgesia in this way but always be careful start with small doses of each and take them at the same time. Now lately soma has been getting a bad rep, be aware that many other drugs including valium and all benozs and make sure that when. You take thesse two that you are at home and have no intention of driving or performing dangerous tasks and the best of luck in ending your pain Q
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