Do any of you get your copaxone refills thru teldrug? I'm trying to get a refill, and apparently it is still "being approved". I started the process Friday, and as of today, they are still "waiting for approval" Now I have 7 syringes left.This is the first refill I have ordered. Last time neuro handled it all(90 day supply), but told me all I had to do was call teldrug from now on and they "would get it here faster next time" Am starting to get nervous.I know that I am "approved" for 15 months (by insurance company, because neuro sent me a copy of the letter he received. So why is there so much red tape getting a refill? It would be MUCH easier to go to local pharmacy. Right now I have to have it shipped to my mom next door (because the package must be signed for)I work full time, and since it must be shipped refrigerated, they send all packages out for delivery at 9 am (while I am at work)Plus, UPS is very unreliable here,(I always have to give them additional directions)If they have satellite navigation why can't they get here?I wish they would do Fedex.My medicine arriving requires additional directions, and usually a trip to the ghetto in the dark! "Convenient home delivery" isn't so convenient in my case!
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