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Angry at the pharmacy

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  • I have been in the same situation. My doctor has given me verbal permission to take twice as much of the med, but failed to change it on the pharmacy side, or he tells me he can't see me and to go to the ER and then the script from the ER causes drama...
    This particular doctor would also call in one of my meds every month, and I had to basically hound him for it. I do what I'm supposed to, ask the pharmacy to fax it. And then 2-3 days later it's a game of "It was faxed. We didn't get it. The doctor didn't reply, but we faxed it. The doctor will fill it tomorrow. No word from the doctor. and so on..." I have had to take a very proactive role in getting that filled. And I'm sure my phone calls to the pharmacy come off looking really good /sarcasm. *sigh*
    Good Luck, you are definately not alone.
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