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While the better practice would be for the doctor to see you in person, the law as to this kind of medicine in both Texas and Florida just requires that the prescription be issued FOR A VALID MEDICAL PURPOSE: Here's the law in Texas:
Sec. 481.071. MEDICAL PURPOSE REQUIRED BEFORE PRESCRIBING, DISPENSING, DELIVERING, OR ADMINISTERING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. (a) A practitioner defined by Section 481.002(39)(A) may not prescribe, dispense, deliver, or administer a controlled substance or cause a controlled substance to be administered under the practitioner's direction and supervision except for a valid medical purpose and in the course of medical practice.
(b) An anabolic steroid or human growth hormone listed in Schedule III may only be:
(1) dispensed, prescribed, delivered, or administered by a practitioner, as defined by Section 481.002(39)(A), for a valid medical purpose and in the course of professional practice; or
(2) dispensed or delivered by a pharmacist according to a prescription issued by a practitioner, as defined by Section 481.002(39)(A) or (C), for a valid medical purpose and in the course of professional practice.
(c) For the purposes of Subsection (b), bodybuilding, muscle enhancement, or increasing muscle bulk or strength through the use of an anabolic steroid or human growth hormone listed in Schedule III by a person who is in good health is not a valid medical purpose.
So the test results could likely justify the prescription without an office visit.
BUT Section 481.002 makes it clear that the medical practictioner must be licensed to practice or to conduct research in the state of Texas for him to dispense the drugs to you in Texas.
481,002(39) defines practitioner this way:
(39) "Practitioner" means:
(A) a physician, dentist, veterinarian, podiatrist, scientific investigator, or other person licensed, registered, or otherwise permitted to distribute, dispense, analyze, conduct research with respect to, or administer a controlled substance in the course of professional practice or research in this state;
So depending on his license, he would not legally be able to prescribe this for you in Texas. He would have to do so in Florida, which would mean seeing you there.