In the USA? You most surely do, its a controlled drug. You need a hand written prescription every time too. No refills allowed.
Absolutely, at least in most countries! In the US you certainly do. It is considered a Schedule II controlled substance now so no calls from the Drs office to the pharmacy and no refills any longer!
Yes of course you do. However, one of the other comments said no refills allowed, which is incorrect. Only Schedule 2 drugs ( I.e. OxyContin, Ritalin, and Percocet) are not allowed to have refills on it.
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