... day never had a problem. I knew I couldn't get my script filled till tomorrow but now somehow its miss placed or stolen to where I looked all over and it can not be found the written script that is. I do not know what to do of course it Sat. called the pharmacy no one brough it in and the local police department they said to call your doctor since its not a buisness day I had to page him I dont know if hes going to just laugh this over or take it seriously I have one pill left for tonight then Im screwed hopefully someone can give me some advice for this situation
You have to treat them like gold and keep them safe. Did you put it somewhere you figured it would be safe and forgot where that was? You've done all you can, reported it to the police, so now its wait for the dr. Pharmacies are supposed to ask for id when they fill a narcotic, so hopefully whomever stole it will get caught.
Not much to say that will help, except be advised Doctor's hear stories like this a lot, and it could jeopardize your relationship with him/her. Some go as far as wanting a police report, especially with things getting so tight. If you do get back on track with the Doc, be sure this doesn't happen again, that's the best advice I can give you, hope it helps.
I've been seeing my pain specialist for 10 yrs and their policy is to NEVER replace a script for narcotics no matter if the actual script is missing or some of your pills came up missing. They accept no excuses so even if your dog ate the paper script or someone stole your pills they will not give you another to replace anything missing, in your case you would have to wait a whole other month. You need to treat your meds like a winning lottery ticket cause there are unscrupulous people will do anything to get more of these drugs. And don't tell anyone you have them. That leaves the door open for theft.
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