Sometimes it also depends on the pharmacist. Even if your insurance would fill it, say on the 14th of this month, the pharmasict him/herself can choose to not give them to you til the 19th. I dont think it's right they can do this sometimes, but they like to play doctor sometimes instead of just being the pharmacist they are. And they love to say "your insurance" wont pay for it til then, but more then likely it's always them doing it, and they blame it on the insurance. I've had this happen once with a migriane medication years ago, the pharmacist told me that my insurnace said it was too early, so I called my insurance and they said it was okay with them to fill it, so when I confronted him, he blamed it on the computer, and played innocent....so call your insurance and ask them, thats what I always do when I have questions about
when I can refill a medication again. But I do know that if the pharmacist beleives your getting a pain med too early, even if your insurance says okay, they can call your doctor and make it sound like your an addict and make you look bad and cancel your refill,so be very careful. So if I where you, i would also call and ask your doctor and your insurance if you have any questions about
am early refill on any medication, so if the pharmacist tries to pull anything over on you, you'll be prepared, and this is coming from someone who's sister-in-law and best friend who are pharmacists, I always ask them stuff like this to get a pharmacist point of view before dealing with the place I go to (they don't work at the pharmacy I use).
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