I had surgery three months ago -a spinal fusion in the entire thoracic and two lumbar. They put 21 screws/2 rods in my spine. So post op they had me on a lot of medication, now I am down to one and they only refill it every 11 days. Why is it that they do this? It is a lower grade narcotic. They refilled it with no problem last time. This time this morning a lady calls me and tells me that the doctor is not there and my nurse that I usually talk to is not there and she cannot authorize my script. I told her that I need it by tomorrow, and she says that I shouldnt have run out yet that the doc shouldnt be giving me 90 tablets in a week. I said that it wasnt a week it is 11 days, and it was my choice to downgrade to a lower dose. If I call too early, I get in trouble, or if I call on Monday, the doc is not in. I asked why they cant just refill it for 30 days so I dont have to go through this, she said she doesnt know and asked why the doc didn't put refills on the bottle. I said I don't know. These people are really starting to piss me off and I have a valid reason to be on pain meds right now taking care of my three kids by myself only three months after surgery. Any suggestions on what to say when I talk to them again?
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