Drug insurance plans pay for 30 day supplies based off of when their computers say you'd run out of whatever prescript
ion you're taking. Since you got this script
on the 14th, there should be no problems getting it refilled 30 days later because there's a window of time (with narcotics it's a much smaller window - usually 72 hours or less) as far as how soon before the due date you can get your next refill. On normal day to day stuff, 5 - 7 days before you'd actually take your last pill is when most drug plans will allow you to get the next refill.
If you're taking a trip or going out of town, you can still get your medications, but it will require pre-planning between you, your doctor, the pharmacy and your drug insurance company. It's always easier to get up to a 90 day supply before you'd need them then it is to get your script filled early because you'll be out of town when you'd run out.
Let's say you're leaving town on the 1st of the month but you're not due for a refill till the 6th. It's a lot easier to plan ahead and get a 60 day supply when you had it filled last month ago than it will be to get it filled early before leaving on the trip. While narcotics are controlled considerably more, even these can be written out ahead. When I got a 90 day supply of the hard stuff last month, I was surprised they approved it, but it was all about getting my ducks in a row long before I ever headed out. It just takes planning, that's all.
After an accident in 1997 crushed the nerves in my pelvis, halfway down the calf and at the fibular head (knee), my left leg slowly started to turn color from the foot up, along with swelling and temp change. Within 2 weeks I was diagnosed with RSD. By 1999 I landed in a wheelchair and started a life taking narcotics all the time. In 2004 I got an Intrathecal morphine pump &5 years ago the RSD spread to my right leg and has done around 80% of the damage it did to my left leg in half the time. 1 1/2 years ago I went septic, and the infection did go body-wide. After 2 days in the hospital I then had a clot in my lungs. Both should have killed me, but this time I got lucky. Meanwhile I've been battling blood clots for the last 4 years. A year ago my left leg was ampuated above the knee after ging septic. Guess that about say's it all. Bob.