I'll add my two cents in here but bare with me folks, I'm on the desktop as the laptop was sent to TN this afternoon because I was so strung out on my medications yesterday morning that I dropped the dang thing and caused the bottom to break so now it's off to be fixed. So this might be a little hap hazardly written.
Just before Christmas I had a appt with my new doc and she wrote script
for not 200 mgs of Morphine but only 100 by my mistake as I have posted before. Well I called her about
this and she went ahead and had me fill them telling me to take 200 mgs twice a day which made me run short for that script
. Well yesterday when I went to pick up the new script
for my morphine the Pharmacy (Walmart) was not going to fill it saying it was to soon. I had the Pharmacist call my doctor to confirm the mistake and within minutes I was in hand with script
and out of there. But the kicker was that it took 30 minutes to get to that point plus another 15 min to get out of the store (bought some other things that I needed). By the time I got out of there I was in so much pain I just about
did not make it home and all I wanted to do was to curl into a corner and cry.
Yeah I hate pharmacies they can be a pain sometimes. I miss my old Pharmacy. They knew me by name (mom and pop store) and were quite helpful with my script
s. Now I have to deal with one pharmacy can't change without my doc knowing and oking it and its such a pain. But the nice part about
it is they aren't very far from home only 6 blocks from my door.
P.S. Kara...Didn't doc give you a script
for your Ambien? Or was it samples?
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Post Edited (Scarred_for_life) : 1/9/2009 6:23:31 PM (GMT-7)