the other day i went to a different pdoc because mine is out of the country. they prescribed valium instead of xanax. we paid for it in cash and we are on a fixed income. i called them today to tell them that the valium was too strong and they changed me back to xanax. however; they want me to give the valium back. what do you think about that? it's coming out of my pocket. i's not like i'm a drug dealer or something. this ticked me off.
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