Quick question. I am a florida pain patient and am moving back to ohio after three years down here I am prescribed 112 oxy 30s per month as long as I show a pharmacy report shouldn't my. Ohio doctor prescribe me something atleast close to what I wuz getting in florida
It is hard to say. It depends on the Dr. What you can do when you get to your new town is call the Drs in the area and ask to speak with the Drs assistant, if you can, and let them know what meds you take and ask if the Dr prescribes this medicine in this amount. They should be able to tell you if he will prescribe oxycodone in that amount. Be sure you get copies of all your records, including any MRI's and other test results your Florida Dr has, and take them to your new Dr in Ohio. I wouldnt rely on just the pharmacy report. The new Dr will want previous records and xrays and/or MRI's to back the reason you were getting these meds. The more documentation you have the better. Make sure when you get the copies from the previous Dr you keep a copy for yourself, too, for your own records. Dont give them the only copy you have in case you would need those records in the future.
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