I called one pharmacy to get my pain meds filled, the worker told me they didn't have a prescription for me. I asked her many times, are you sure? She said nope, we don't have one. So I freaked out and called my doctor's office in a panic and told the nurse what happened and that she needed to call in a prescription to another pharmacy because I wouldn't be using the other one ever again. They've messed up more than once! Well the nurse said I have to call them and verify. The nurse called me back and said, they have your prescription but they said it was too soon for you to get it refilled. I said that's not what they told me, I felt like a drug addict when she said that. I called the pharmacy back and asked to speak to the pharmacist, she said in an ugly tone, yes we have your prescription but it's too soon to be filled. I said I know that but I was told earlier you didn't have it. Now I'm going to look like a drug seeker and be embarrassed when I go back to my next appt and see the nurse. I promise, they told me they DID NOT HAVE my prescription.
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