Why is the pharmacy refusing to fill it on the 4th instead of the 11th? All my previous scripts were for 30 days. Tthis one I'm trying to refill is a 90-day prescription
My pharmacy refuse to fill my Lyrica I've been without it for 6 days now. What can I do?
- 9 Feb 2020 by Jmjenni
- 10 February 2020
- lyrica, pharmacy, prescription, neuropathic pain
I'm supposed to take two 100mg pills everyday I don't take extra I sort my pills into a weekly pill box.Added 10 Feb 2020:
So is there is a law where would I find that because nothing I've researched says that there's a la it's the pharmacist discretion
Hi. I hear your anxiety. Have you any pills remaining at all? Because they (usually) count 30 as a month and there are lots of 31 day months. Now that's 90 pills @ one a day is, at this (usual) rate you should still have 7 or 8 pills. Thinking about this, now that it's your first "90 day" refill ever, it's quite possible that you took an extra one a few times and if you agree with me then tell your doctor. This can happen innocently at first to count-out the pills (90 now instead of 30) and you should have 20 to 26 pills left, thats relatively a huge jump to get used to, There's a mistake someplace here. I'm not sure your health care provider will understand and deliver what you want but rather what you need this ONE time. There's a one day rule that is common, if not law, that's all that can be allowed per month. The doctor has to write On the paper "new" prescription "change in dosage" Or something to that extent and it might need to be hand delivered. Or, There's nefarious activitie. Call first thing in the morning or you can call 911.
Best Regards, and God's speed,
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