... my neurologist returned from vacation, and I needed a new script, she was angry that I'd taken the medicine as directed (it was "needed"). I'm stumped. Anyone have this issue with their medicine / doctor?
I had something like that happen to me when I was younger and the script said take as needed, so I did and became addicted to it as my doctor didn't tell me that would happen and I had no clue as at that time there was no such thing as internet to research it, also back then they didn't put in the leaflet to tell about meds. My doctor was upset as I became addicted to it and he said you're not suppose to take it everyday, I told him it said as needed on the bottle. The doctor's need to rewrite their scripts as well explain what meds can do. When it says take as needed, that is pretty clear, if we need it around the clock that's what we do. The doctor's that write the script that way has no business getting angry..
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