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How are you Prescribed your Meds? Opioids? Is this reasonable?

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  • I've learned the hard way to have a 2-3 day emergency supply of my meds for just that kind of situation. I learned that lesson years ago when I was getting my meds via my insurance co. mail order and UPS but thanks to a hurricane here in Florida I had to wait two extra days for my package when UPS shut down.
    Ever since then I've skipped a dose here and there to make sure I have a couple days supply at all times. And I've had to use it several times to for various reasons. When I do, I replenish it for the next emergency. My pain doctor knows about it and has actually recommended this to his other patients with what we've all gone through in recent years here in Florida with the crackdown on pill mills (a welcome act) and the unintended consequences afterward that have left honest law and rule abiding pain patients struggling to get their prescriptions filled. That emergency supply definitely comes in handy when you're desperately searching for a cooperative pharmacy. Good luck to you!
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