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(WWSB ABC 7)   "We had a person that was doctor shopping and after we looking into it more we discovered she had 56 doctors, over 150 to 170 different scripts, and over 70 different pharmacies"   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 169
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2013-01-27 01:51:49 AM  

Fecal Conservative: bunner: Fecal Conservative: bunner: Fecal Conservative: ... What's your point?

What's yours?

I asked you first.


Rock, paper, scissors! Rock, paper, scissors!
 
2013-01-27 01:51:53 AM  

cowgirl toffee:


I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.
 
2013-01-27 01:52:04 AM  

Fecal Conservative: I asked you first.


Sorry, I hated first grade when I was in it. The rerun looks less engaging. Adios, Rush.
 
2013-01-27 01:53:01 AM  

GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee:

I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.


Should have placed it under your tongue. The purring sensation is addicting.
 
2013-01-27 01:53:01 AM  
Xanax is fabulous.
 
2013-01-27 01:53:09 AM  

bunner: The whole doctor as holy shaman and selfless wearer of the 300,000.00 a pop guild cloak pose is not only part of the problem, it's not true.


I agree in part. I know someone who has put them-self into poverty for their life to practice rural medicine. There are many bad examples of money grubbing doctors but they're somewhat ignorant. They could much more easily feed their greed in finance.
 
2013-01-27 01:55:03 AM  
Ha! bunner did you just ban me? One of the libbiest libs that ever libbed and called me Rush?

/Don't let my nick fool you it's ironic
 
2013-01-27 01:56:19 AM  

cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee:

I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.

Should have placed it under your tongue. The purring sensation is addicting.


I obviously skipped past an important part of this thread. And now my cat is looking at me very, very strangely.
 
2013-01-27 01:57:04 AM  

cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee:

I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.

Should have placed it under your tongue. The purring sensation is addicting.


Now I wonder if they offer it in a suppository.
 
2013-01-27 01:57:29 AM  

cowgirl toffee: Fecal Conservative: bunner: Fecal Conservative: bunner: Fecal Conservative: ... What's your point?

What's yours?

I asked you first.

Rock, paper, scissors! Rock, paper, scissors!


Lizard-Spock?
 
2013-01-27 01:57:44 AM  
That example is absurd. Shame on the doctors. Doctors just need to check DoJ CURES for shoppers. 30 seconds, save your ass forever.
 
2013-01-27 01:58:09 AM  

GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee:

I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.

Should have placed it under your tongue. The purring sensation is addicting.

Now I wonder if they offer it in a suppository.


I hope they only come in 'hamster' size. O_o
 
2013-01-27 01:59:11 AM  

Genevieve Marie: cretinbob: This is why I can't get something for my farking back.

Yup. It's why so awful for me to get a new ambien prescription when I moved. I came in with my medical records, and my former doctor's phone number, and a write up of how my sleep disorder has affected me throughout my life and how well my medication has been working for the last several years- and still got treated like an addict looking for fun stuff.

It was really demeaning and dehumanizing to have to go through that process too.


Not to mention totally farkin' stupid.

I have led over 40 years of a rowdy, metal concert attending, no safety gear skateboarding, falling out of trees or off of roofs while up to no good kind of life, in addition to a very nasty car accident when I was 13. I have chronic pain issues due to repeated trauma and I have occasional anxiety issues, so I take stuff for that as well. I had to sign a "drug contract" to get my 10mg Vicodin and my very low dose Ativan with the last doctor I saw on a regular basis. They would draw blood on me once per month or so to make sure I was taking my meds as prescribed. That is understandable to a certain extent. However, the stupid really kicked in  when I actually went  through a couple months where I didn't need anything stronger than a Tylenol. When I went in for my blood draw and the doc found out I hadn't  been  taking my anxiety or pain meds at all, he accused me of selling them and cut me off. Explaining that I will not take drugs I do not actually need seemed  to have no effect on him whatsoever.

It seemed odd to me that he'd  harp about "addiction" and then get  mad when I didn't take addictive drugs when I didn't  actually need to take them. WTF? I finally got so mad I told  him that since I lacked insurance  and paid cash to see him and get my blood work, it would be cheaper for me to simply hang around outside the county clinic as quite a few of those bastids sell their Vics the minute they walk out of the pharmacy. We finally reached an agreement where I would enter into a spreadsheet what days I did and did not take what meds  that are  PRN and bring it in with me for each recheck. Problem solved and the urge to kick him in the nads repeatedly faded very quickly. Unfortunately, he retired a couple years later, so I get to meet a new doctor for a primary care physician (if we get on with one another) this Tuesday. I'm sure I'll have a similar conversation with that wench and hopefully it will go well so I don't need to go to Florida for doctor shopping tips.

I only need a couple of scripts for pity's sake, and I don't even take them every day. Farkin' druggies ruin it for the rest  of us. Or maybe it's the government that ruins it for the rest of us. I heard that even  just about 100 years ago there was no such thing as an illegal drug in the US. I think we should go back to that point. The weak will kill themselves off and the rest  of us won't be raging angry in a doctor's office once a month or so.
 
2013-01-27 01:59:34 AM  

unatnaes: That example is absurd. Shame on the doctors. Doctors just need to check DoJ CURES for shoppers. 30 seconds, save your ass forever.


///Ahem, in California. Didn't realize it's a state program! So FL may vary.
 
2013-01-27 02:00:47 AM  

MisterTweak: cowgirl toffee: GranoblasticMan: cowgirl toffee:

I snorted one of those once... worst hairball ever.

Should have placed it under your tongue. The purring sensation is addicting.

I obviously skipped past an important part of this thread. And now my cat is looking at me very, very strangely.


img580.imageshack.us
 
2013-01-27 02:01:04 AM  

cretinbob: This is why I can't get something for my farking back.


I had to see 4 specialists to get anti-anxiety medications, because my primary "didn't feel morally sound" giving them to me himself.

Oh, and a pinched nerve at L4-5 with a protuding bone spur only requires Aleve and some proper stretching.

Tis why I started growing poppies myself.
 
2013-01-27 02:01:16 AM  

unatnaes: unatnaes: That example is absurd. Shame on the doctors. Doctors just need to check DoJ CURES for shoppers. 30 seconds, save your ass forever.

///Ahem, in California. Didn't realize it's a state program! So FL may vary.


Pretty sure they have nothing.
 
2013-01-27 02:01:29 AM  

SquiggsIN: Florida does not have a prescription drug registration, database, or pretty much any control over what licensed doctors do in their state.

This should've just been labled with the usual "Florida" tag as the entire state is "Scary".


Or, in other words, another success story for deregulation.
 
2013-01-27 02:02:02 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Genevieve Marie: cretinbob: This is why I can't get something for my farking back.

Yup. It's why so awful for me to get a new ambien prescription when I moved. I came in with my medical records, and my former doctor's phone number, and a write up of how my sleep disorder has affected me throughout my life and how well my medication has been working for the last several years- and still got treated like an addict looking for fun stuff.

It was really demeaning and dehumanizing to have to go through that process too.

Not to mention totally farkin' stupid.

I have led over 40 years of a rowdy, metal concert attending, no safety gear skateboarding, falling out of trees or off of roofs while up to no good kind of life, in addition to a very nasty car accident when I was 13. I have chronic pain issues due to repeated trauma and I have occasional anxiety issues, so I take stuff for that as well. I had to sign a "drug contract" to get my 10mg Vicodin and my very low dose Ativan with the last doctor I saw on a regular basis. They would draw blood on me once per month or so to make sure I was taking my meds as prescribed. That is understandable to a certain extent. However, the stupid really kicked in  when I actually went  through a couple months where I didn't need anything stronger than a Tylenol. When I went in for my blood draw and the doc found out I hadn't  been  taking my anxiety or pain meds at all, he accused me of selling them and cut me off. Explaining that I will not take drugs I do not actually need seemed  to have no effect on him whatsoever.

It seemed odd to me that he'd  harp about "addiction" and then get  mad when I didn't take addictive drugs when I didn't  actually need to take them. WTF? I finally got so mad I told  him that since I lacked insurance  and paid cash to see him and get my blood work, it would be cheaper for me to simply hang around outside the county clinic as quite a few of those bastids sell their Vics the minute they walk out of the p ...


At any point during one of those blood draws, did you ever think to mention that you might be ready for a change in dosage?  Doctors like to be kept in the loop about medical decisions like that, I hear.
 
2013-01-27 02:03:29 AM  

MurphyMurphy: A lot of prescription pill abusers know they are addicts but resign themselves to a managed addiction as the pain they live with every day is SO BAD if they couldn't stop it they would simply commit suicide. And usually their doctors agree, and thus the continued Rx.


Uh, sure. If someone actually NEEDS them to manage their pain, that's a different situation. At that point I don't even know why it would matter if they're addicted, unless it's really impacting their health or quality of life, since they have to do *something*.

I'm talking about people who get a taste of it at some point, get hooked, and take a scary amount of pills to get high. I've known a number of people like that. It's a bit hypocritical to bash someone for smoking weed when you're high as a kite all day on a bunch of Oxy that you got from your doctor(s).
 
2013-01-27 02:04:15 AM  

Alphakronik: cretinbob: This is why I can't get something for my farking back.

I had to see 4 specialists to get anti-anxiety medications, because my primary "didn't feel morally sound" giving them to me himself.

Oh, and a pinched nerve at L4-5 with a protuding bone spur only requires Aleve and some proper stretching.

Tis why I started growing poppies myself.


I was thinking of that, but then you have to spray for lost-girls-from-Kansas. Otherwise you get an infestation.
 
2013-01-27 02:08:26 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: We finally reached an agreement where I would enter into a spreadsheet what days I did and did not take what meds that are PRN and bring it in with me for each recheck. Problem solved and the urge to kick him in the nads repeatedly faded very quickly. Unfortunately, he retired a couple years later, so I get to meet a new doctor for a primary care physician (if we get on with one another) this Tuesday.


The thing here that gives me the raging heebie-jeebies is that I'm much like you; I'll take drugs if I feel they're necessary, and I'll stop taking them when I no longer need them (no I'm not talking about antibiotics, so relax). And my doctor's perfectly fine with it. He more or less hands me what I think I need, or we discuss if there's better options. And as far as I can tell the only real difference between you and I is that I lucked out and got superomg healthcare. Somehow that makes me more trustworthy? That's just wrong.
 
2013-01-27 02:14:16 AM  

penfold314: fusillade762: I told my dentist Vicodin made me itchy so she prescribed me Percocet instead. I was a happy camper.

/csb

You realize it is the opiates that are making you itchy


Heh, that's just the thing: they don't :)
 
2013-01-27 02:15:44 AM  
I don't think you guys understand.

I HAD a HEADACHE.
 
2013-01-27 02:18:31 AM  
This is only a better argument for regional/statewide/national sourcing of medical records and cutting down on the incredible pain in the ass it is to request records from other hospitals much less other departments within the same hospital.
 
2013-01-27 02:19:53 AM  

penfold314: You realize it is the opiates that are making you itchy


They tend to make me scratchy.
 
2013-01-27 02:23:51 AM  

Fecal Conservative: unatnaes: unatnaes: That example is absurd. Shame on the doctors. Doctors just need to check DoJ CURES for shoppers. 30 seconds, save your ass forever.

///Ahem, in California. Didn't realize it's a state program! So FL may vary.

Pretty sure they have nothing.


Thanks - in that case, shame on FL. What else is new...
 
2013-01-27 02:27:39 AM  
...already required to used the date base before writing a prescription.

Well there's your problem. This should all clear up once they fix the typo and start using the database.
 
2013-01-27 02:29:51 AM  
How is that even possible?  If once tried refilling a prescription for Zocor a few days early at another pharmacy and they stopped me.
 
2013-01-27 02:33:33 AM  

penfold314: fusillade762: I told my dentist Vicodin made me itchy so she prescribed me Percocet instead. I was a happy camper.

/csb

You realize it is the opiates that are making you itchy


People react differently to different opiates. I know oxycodone (whats in percocet) doesnt make me as itchy as hydrocodone (whats in vicodin) but either way i still have to take a claratin when im prescribed painkillers.
 
2013-01-27 02:33:35 AM  
Now that the federal government has stuck their noses in our lives again, investigating abuse/deaths of opiods, this person will be having some serious withdrawal. Or paying an arm and leg for black market stuff in the underground. Kaiser has recently made their patients with chronic pain meds sign a "Pain Control Contract". Yeah, I know. Make the chronics jump through hoops and/or deny them meds. A lot is about to come down since Kaiser is usually the forerunner of sea changes like this. I can't wait to see the fall-out while in withdrawal myself. I'm going back to 1968, before the music died and the world broke.
 
2013-01-27 02:33:44 AM  

Genevieve Marie: cretinbob: This is why I can't get something for my farking back.

Yup. It's why so awful for me to get a new ambien prescription when I moved. I came in with my medical records, and my former doctor's phone number, and a write up of how my sleep disorder has affected me throughout my life and how well my medication has been working for the last several years- and still got treated like an addict looking for fun stuff.

It was really demeaning and dehumanizing to have to go through that process too.


I understand completely. My insurance changed which meant I had to change doctors. When I went to see a new doctor that my plan would cover and they treated me the same way then tried to send me on my way with a prescription that I had already shown them documentation that it didn't work for me. Insult to injury, I'm a healthcare professional myself and the doctor knew this.
 
2013-01-27 02:33:54 AM  
CSB time :

Only time I've been on pain meds is when I got my wisdoms out. Was prescribed hydrocodone by my dentist due to my lower right one coming in sideways and it's roots were wrapped around bone. Oral surgeon gave me Oxys after the surgery. I had all 4 taken out at once (made sense for financial reasons). My father dropped my Oxy script off at Walgreens and I was hoping the local anesthetic would hold me over til then. About 3 hours in, the damn thing still wasn't ready, and the local was wearing off so I took one of my hydros, and about 30 farking mins later my Oxys were ready. Took an Oxy on top of the hydro, and that was a great night. Stupid goddamn Walgreens.
 
2013-01-27 02:38:58 AM  

Popcorn Johnny: How is that even possible?  If once tried refilling a prescription for Zocor a few days early at another pharmacy and they stopped me.


Did you use the same prescription insurance at both pharmacies? Insurance companies check for over utilization when the claim is submitted electronically by the pharmacy.

Unless there is a state database involved, if you pay cash for a prescription at Walgreens and two weeks later take a new prescription for the same thing to CVS, the CVS and Walgreens systems themselves don't talk to each other. It's the insurance company's data that follows you.
 
2013-01-27 02:39:41 AM  

Commander_Neckbeard: I've taken them twice, once after I had my wisdom teeth out, (I took one pill and didn't really need that)


I was prescribed Vicodin after oral surgery and I stopped taking them -- not because I feared addiction, but because I didn't think they were helping.

The only time I was really in pain was when I tried to eat something.  And, pills or no pills, it hurt to chew.  Eating even soft foods produced sharp, stabbing pains that nothing short of an injection of anesthetic could prevent.

But, apart from meal times, there was only mild discomfort...nothing serious.   So, I tossed the pills.
 
2013-01-27 02:40:17 AM  

guessi'mdoingfine: Now that the federal government has stuck their noses in our lives again, investigating abuse/deaths of opiods, this person will be having some serious withdrawal. Or paying an arm and leg for black market stuff in the underground. Kaiser has recently made their patients with chronic pain meds sign a "Pain Control Contract". Yeah, I know. Make the chronics jump through hoops and/or deny them meds. A lot is about to come down since Kaiser is usually the forerunner of sea changes like this. I can't wait to see the fall-out while in withdrawal myself. I'm going back to 1968, before the music died and the world broke.


Agrees though still thinks you're a wanker:

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2013-01-27 02:42:20 AM  

7th Son of a 7th Son: CSB time :

Only time I've been on pain meds is when I got my wisdoms out. Was prescribed hydrocodone by my dentist due to my lower right one coming in sideways and it's roots were wrapped around bone. Oral surgeon gave me Oxys after the surgery. I had all 4 taken out at once (made sense for financial reasons). My father dropped my Oxy script off at Walgreens and I was hoping the local anesthetic would hold me over til then. About 3 hours in, the damn thing still wasn't ready, and the local was wearing off so I took one of my hydros, and about 30 farking mins later my Oxys were ready. Took an Oxy on top of the hydro, and that was a great night. Stupid goddamn Walgreens.


Did you have trouble breathing that night?
 
2013-01-27 02:43:37 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer:At any point during one of those blood draws, did you ever think to mention that you might be ready for a change in dosage?  Doctors like to be kept in the loop about medical decisions like that, I hear.

I've always insisted on the 10/325 because if I don't need the whole 10, I have a pill splitter and simply cut one in half. The old doc was cool with  that. I think he just got very suspicious when he'd been seeing me for years and had never once seen my system without any Vics or  Ativan at all in it, though he was used to seeing my blood levels of the stuff vary, based on the level of pain. Because my pain is not consistent in duration or even intensity, I like to have the option to take the 10/325 every four hours if necessary, or just half of one every six or eight hours if necessary. The Ativan is more like a rescue drug for me, so it shouldn't be surprising at all if I have a  GREAT month or so with little pain, no or very little anxiety and therefore nearly nothing in my system. It's just that one time there  was nothing at all in my system, dude acted  like I was demon drug dealer child from the darkest part  of Tartarus. Yeesh.

Aidan: Real Women Drink Akvavit: We finally reached an agreement where I would enter into a spreadsheet what days I did and did not take what meds that are PRN and bring it in with me for each recheck. Problem solved and the urge to kick him in the nads repeatedly faded very quickly. Unfortunately, he retired a couple years later, so I get to meet a new doctor for a primary care physician (if we get on with one another) this Tuesday.

The thing here that gives me the raging heebie-jeebies is that I'm much like you; I'll take drugs if I feel they're necessary, and I'll stop taking them when I no longer need them (no I'm not talking about antibiotics, so relax). And my doctor's perfectly fine with it. He more or less hands me what I think I need, or we discuss if there's better options. And as far as I can tell the only real difference between you and I is that I lucked out and got superomg healthcare. Somehow that makes me more trustworthy? That's just wrong.


I'm really hoping the new doc is going to be like this. You're right - it is wrong that because I have never in my adult life had health insurance I am treated very differently. I think there's a suspicion among some doctors that  if someone is paying cash they're already getting stuff from another doc through their health insurance. Chefs in small, independent restaurants usually don't get health insurance, so for me, it's always been cash. I always, always, always use the same pharmacy for my scripts though, so hopefully if things are difficult I can  just have the doc call the scripts in and they can  dish about what all I buy from 'em all they want. They can call every pharmacy in a 10 mile radius for all I care. I'm brutally honest about my health, including bad habits like smoking and the occasional drinking of akvavit so it wouldn't really bother me if they called up the  CVS (though I use Rite Aid for scripts) and found out I had bought two Chili Lindt chocolate bars, a box of condoms, dental floss and Raspberry White Chocolate coffee creamer. BFD. Have fun with imagination time with that one.
 
2013-01-27 02:43:50 AM  

Popcorn Johnny: How is that even possible?  If once tried refilling a prescription for Zocor a few days early at another pharmacy and they stopped me.


First off, we don't require doctors to submit perscriptions to a central database. Secondly, we're rather lax on who's allowed to sell pills, which has led to a boom in "pain clinics". Basically shops that sell pain meds all day. Often times these clinics don't keep your prescription docs, letting you reuse it.

We're basically treating perscription pain pills like California treated medical marijuana.
 
2013-01-27 02:44:13 AM  
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2013-01-27 02:48:09 AM  

Harry_Seldon: penfold314: You realize it is the opiates that are making you itchy

They tend to make me scratchy.


They made me Poochy.

/in your face and proactive side effects
 
2013-01-27 02:48:20 AM  

7th Son of a 7th Son: My father dropped my Oxy script off at Walgreens and I was hoping the local anesthetic would hold me over til then. About 3 hours in, the damn thing still wasn't ready, and the local was wearing off so I took one of my hydros, and about 30 farking mins later my Oxys were ready.


I had oral surgery in high school.  My older sister had the same surgery a few years earlier with the same surgeon and I remember my sister's crying in the car while my mom went in to a pharmacy to fill the pain script.

So, naturally, when I was scheduled to have the same surgery, I was pretty anxious about the pain.  But, in my case, the oral surgeon had the pills waiting for me when I walked out of his office.  No need to go to the pharmacy at all.

Of course, as I wrote earlier, I stopped taking the pills because when I wasn't trying to eat, the pain wasn't really that bad...and, when I was eating the pills didn't come close to stopping the horror.
 
2013-01-27 02:49:38 AM  
Best healthcare system in the world, I'm told.
 
2013-01-27 02:51:35 AM  

Cyno01: penfold314: fusillade762: I told my dentist Vicodin made me itchy so she prescribed me Percocet instead. I was a happy camper.

/csb

You realize it is the opiates that are making you itchy

People react differently to different opiates. I know oxycodone (whats in percocet) doesnt make me as itchy as hydrocodone (whats in vicodin) but either way i still have to take a claratin when im prescribed painkillers.


I don't call them painkillers... I call them b*tch mints. :P
 
2013-01-27 02:53:26 AM  

eraser8: 7th Son of a 7th Son: My father dropped my Oxy script off at Walgreens and I was hoping the local anesthetic would hold me over til then. About 3 hours in, the damn thing still wasn't ready, and the local was wearing off so I took one of my hydros, and about 30 farking mins later my Oxys were ready.

I had oral surgery in high school.  My older sister had the same surgery a few years earlier with the same surgeon and I remember my sister's crying in the car while my mom went in to a pharmacy to fill the pain script.

So, naturally, when I was scheduled to have the same surgery, I was pretty anxious about the pain.  But, in my case, the oral surgeon had the pills waiting for me when I walked out of his office.  No need to go to the pharmacy at all.

Of course, as I wrote earlier, I stopped taking the pills because when I wasn't trying to eat, the pain wasn't really that bad...and, when I was eating the pills didn't come close to stopping the horror.


I lived off of Sonic's cherry limeades for a couple of days. Those taste really farking good when you feel like shiat.
 
2013-01-27 02:54:08 AM  

7th Son of a 7th Son: CSB time :

Only time I've been on pain meds is when I got my wisdoms out. Was prescribed hydrocodone by my dentist due to my lower right one coming in sideways and it's roots were wrapped around bone. Oral surgeon gave me Oxys after the surgery. I had all 4 taken out at once (made sense for financial reasons). My father dropped my Oxy script off at Walgreens and I was hoping the local anesthetic would hold me over til then. About 3 hours in, the damn thing still wasn't ready, and the local was wearing off so I took one of my hydros, and about 30 farking mins later my Oxys were ready. Took an Oxy on top of the hydro, and that was a great night. Stupid goddamn Walgreens.


Thank the FSM for small town pharmacies. When my grandpa was in his final days, hospice got him set up in his home and set up his prescriptions with the local mom and pop. I never had a bit of trouble picking up his prescriptions. I had to print and sign my name for some of the heavy stuff but that was it.
 
2013-01-27 02:54:57 AM  
Maybe I'm naive about how much medication the human body can handle... I did spend a day walking around my living room with my blanket on my head pretending I was a ghost after taking Soma (although to be fair, it was mixed with my background SSRI's), but it sounds as if maybe with that many scripts, even with tolerance factored in, maybe some of them were for resale. Hell, on that many drugs, I know I couldn't make it to 56 different pharmacies.

Personally, I think you should be able to put whatever you want in your body, as long as you aren't mooching off the system to do it and aren't putting other people in danger.
 
2013-01-27 02:55:53 AM  

SquiggsIN: This should've just been labled with the usual "Florida" tag as the entire state is "Scary".


Scary, Dumbass, and Asinine are implicit in the Florida tag. That's why Texas and Kansas don't get their own tag - they just haven't achieved that level of farkedupdedness. But they keep trying... stay tuned.
 
2013-01-27 02:56:00 AM  
Mommy =(
 
2013-01-27 02:56:22 AM  
Housemate went through some shiat over the last couple years. Probably ended up seeing a dozen or more doctors, at least one scrip from each. Most ended up not working out, or being supplanted/replaced by a different medication.

Only two pharmacies though.

Still, some people might actually need, you know, medical care from more than one doc.
 
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