I used a new pharmacy since we moved and had a recently licensed pharmacist ask me multiple questions about my perscription and doctor (very odd questions) and when I got my perscription there was a red DC stamp on it. I have never seen this before. Anyone know what this means?
What does a red DC stamp on a perscription label mean? I have never seen this before?
- 24 Aug 2009 by jterski
- 24 August 2017
Unfortunately I was unable to find an answer to your question. Hopefully other members may be able to help or you could try asking your local pharmacy.
It stands for Double Counted... as in another pharmacy employee checked the quantity of that prescription.
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