I'd make the same suggestion, but I'm having a serious problem getting my oxy right now at the pharmacy. They don't have it and don't know when they will be able to get it. I even call a week or two before I'll need it to let one of the guys start ordering, but they often have to fill a small amount at a time to get the meds in. It's much easier to get my other meds, but the oxy is really difficult right now. One suggestion given to me by my pharmacist is to see if the Dr will prescribe liquid or tablets, rather than the standard issue oxy, since it's easier to get in.
I hope this helps somebody facing a similar problem.
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