Re: 90 day Mail in prescription Question
In my state(WA) all you have to do is tell the pharmacist that you want the brand name and that's the way they fill it as long as it was written with the brand name and then below there is a box the doc checks to say that it can be filled with generics.
Example:my doc writes my long acting prescription for 20mg + 10mg Oxycontin(this can be filled with or generic)but she writes my breakthrough for 5mg oxycodone so this one can only be filled with generic because oxycodone(not capitalized) is the generic name...not Percocet and such.
Did that make any sense? I don't know if the laws are different in other states.
Does anyone know?~Mush
undiagnosed lung and back pain after pneumonia in '03, tmj, migraines,(two failed surgeries for) Kienbock's disease