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No more meds

ahaydakaahaydak Posts: 2
edited 01/02/2015 - 4:04 AM in Pain Management
I've been in pain management for 3 years now, get med every month is always nerve racking. The doctor gives just enough meds for 30 days and the insurance co. Keeps track of the 30 day period. I don't have a problem with that my problem is , when I have went to Rite- Aid on several times the run out of oxycodne and will not receive more for 5 days! Now, I know better than not to have some extra left over ,but 5 days! The Pharmacist says the state of New Jersey regulates the amount that can be sold. Can anyone explain how they justify this?
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