My purse was stolen and my Klonopin tablets were in it. I filed a police report. i then called doctor and the nurse said it's against the law to replace the script or have them filled early, paying cash, with a refill I already have. Is this true? I'm reading and seeing that it's up to the doctor to replace only if tablets are stolen and there is a police report? Is it the law?
No. It would be easier to have the insurance company pay for then again and cover your doctors Arse if, you file a police report and have it on record. If, the pharmacy states the insurance company won’t fill allow it- it was miscommunication Bc if, medication has been stolen or accidentally destroyed or lost they have the obligation to pay for it. Your doctor just doesn’t want the hassle of sending a simple email with a new script and reason to your insurance. The pharmacy at times may process the wrong code and delay things- it happens.
File a report have the officer speak with your doctor if need be. I had to do that once before myself when, my meds were stolen after my concussion and the officer spoke to my doctor to understand that I was in fact telling the truth my doctor is the one who said I have been in her care for seven years without incident.
Your doctor needs to be more straight forward there’s no need to lie. You’re supposed to trust your doctor but, your doctor doesn’t trust you. Welcome to the new medical system.
I wish you the best and that it all works out.
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