Got this comment in my inbox today. I swear, DrugNazi was right, these blogs just write themselves:
I have been on pain killers for years i called in my monthly re fills norco soma ativan and blood press rx well i called it in 5 days before i was due to let the pharmacy have time to fax the dr etc well a few days went by i called the automated system and they filled the soma only so i went the next day to pick it up and asked if the dr called in my other pills all i was told was its too soon to fill ok i understand but did the dr call back alls i got was its too soon so the weekend was coming up i wanted to make sure i was going to get my pills for the weekend because i would be out on saturday morning so i called my dr and asked her to call the pharmacy to re fill she said ok then the dr called me back in 5 minutes and said i have refills you just have to wait until saturday to get them it would be nice if the pharmacy could of just told me this but alls they said was its too soon well i picked them up saturday and every rx says 2 refills left i think they screwed up in there computer and added refills to my rx and they never even called my dr so i had 3 refills all along no wonder why they kept telling me its too soon but maybe the dr authourized 3 refills but if so its the first time in 3 years this happened next month i will transfer all my rx back to my pharmacy i use at least they always tell me yes your dr authourized refills but i cannot fill it until such date instead i was treated like a drug seeker at the pharmacy why cant they just explain things i hope they did screw up and gave me 3 re fills by mistake that way i dont have to be aggraviated next month i can just call it in the day before its due and i will know they will be ready at least for the next couple of months
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