I take Concerta ER and get an rx every 90 days but only if I pay for an office visit. The doctor listens to my heart and says, "any changes?" It is a dog and pony show if I've ever seen one. This has been going on for 4 years. My daughter in Boston is on a Schedule 2 drug and does not have to see the doctor to get the RX!
Hello monamous. Just trying to be helpfull, not meaning to sound like a smart alec but your pharmacist would certainly know. I don't believe that the the prescription can be faxed or phoned in, by your doctors office. You would get it physically from your doctor and say you had 3 repeats that would cover the year. Unless its a law, that you physically need to visit her/him to get the prescription every 90 days, as you are doing now. I'd ask the pharmacist. Best of wishes along with good health to you,pledge
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