I had a script for Hydrocodone, and then went to the doctor (whom prescirbes it) and he changed my prescriptions up and called in a new set of orders to the pharmacy, i get an email from the pharmacy telling me to pick it up, so I go to the pharmacy and the Pharmacist literally yells at me from the back of his hide-a-spot telling me he wasnt filling it and the dr could call him himself to find out why and the doctor doesnt sign his DEA license so he wasnt giving me my scripts. So my question is, if the doctor changes your meds a week later after you had a script filled a week prior (by the same dr) and calls them in to the pharmacy how can the pharmacist deny your meds to you?
I wonder if the pharmacits reaction had more to do with the doc and not you. Perhaps he has a reputation as a Dr. Feelgood. The pharmasict can not fill a script if a doc doesn't have the proper license to prescribe it. I don't know exactly what to think. It seems like there is more to the story. I do know the pharmsict should not have yelled at you. I'm so sorry this happened to you.
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