I saw a psychiatrist and he prescribed me the same medication as my physician. He wrote on the prescription to cancel all other prescriptions from my main doctor. He did not write a prescription for the medication that actually helps and I can refill that one here shortly. I was wondering if he would know if I refilled the other one before giving the pharmacy the new script. I don't want to do anything illegal or untrustworthy and I am not drug seeking.
If it's a controlled substance he can see if he checks the database online. Some do, some don't. He can also find out when you filled his, and if it's a controlled substance, your insurance may not let you fill it again anyhow. The bigger worry is why -if you're not untrustworthy or drug seeking- you are concerned with him finding out.
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