okay so originally my doctor cut me back to 5 mg norco from 10 mg norco and told me to take 1 5 mg norco every 4 hours well i told her the pain was still there so she said to take 2 but the problem is that made me run out early will the pharmacy even fill my perscription tomorrow? because technically I should still have enough for like 3 more days but because my doctor told me to take more I ran out early... I know in the past they made me wait.
Hi soulreaper, sorry to hear of your troubles. It seems there is always a problem somewhere when it comes to prescriptions. What you need to do is have your Doctor write a new RX and change the way it reads (amount to take per every 4 hours; ie to 2 or 2 1/2 pills every 4 hrs ; or the number of hours between; from every 4 hrs to 3 or 5hrs, etc). He just has to change it enough to make it a new prescription and it will be fine. I have done this many times, and it is the only way I know of to get your RX filled before the due date. Keep on keeping on, You'll get it. I know you will. Please let me know what happens with your RX. The doctor CAN change it just a little. My granddaughter works in a doctors office and they do it all the time for their patients. God bless, Take care... beanmarie
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