Okay--does anyone else play this game? I refilled my script for 90 percocet (I take 3 per day at 5/325) or so. On the days I have really bad pain I take more. This has been a BAD month. So bad I had to go in for a shot of Toradol (which worked only a little). Okay--so now I'm out of my pain pills and it is only the 21 of the month--I'm 10 days away for asking for a refill. What to do? Do I ask for more, explaining that I took an extra 30 pills between the 1-21 of the month--that would be almost like 1 extra pill per day to control my pain--in the hopes that they will write me a new script no questions asked and that they won't stop me cold turkey? Or do I wait the 10 days and ask for more and try to deal with this PAIN! Or do I call to make an appointment to speak to the Dr. about my need for an increase? How do I negotiate this sensitive area? As usual, I don't want to look like a druggy. But this is the thing--I've been on the same pain perscription for about 10 years now (the same dosage--although the amount has changed from 30 per month to 90--in 10 years!). Something is bound to change right? But I know the Dr. on call when I needed extra help was like=--you are already on percocet--as if there was nothing else he could do.
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