I've been prescribed 30 milligram oxycodone tablets for 8 years but I had to switch to 15 milligram oxycodone tablets since the 30 milligram tablets are now unavailable at every pharmacy-dispensery in my area. Furthermore, if I do happen to locate the 30 milligram oxycodone tabs, the pharmacy will charge 4 to 7 dollars a tablet! Here's the most insulting part... the Rx dispenseries, mostly the mom & pop pharmacies, 'do not' accept my insurance with my oxycodone tablets but they 'will' accept my Ins. if I have any other type of prescription. Walgreens is the only place that will accept my prescription but they're 'always' out of stock! Can anyone help me with some info. or advice? Tonight, I was told by my pharmacist that there are 20 milligram oxycodone tablets..is this true? Someone, please rsvp. Thanks
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