Unfortunately, the answer is no. Under the law of Louisiana, you can only fill prescriptions from doctors in the United States. The doctor has to have a DEA registration number. Only doctor's in the USA can have this number.
Here is what the law states:
§2511. Prescriptions A. Definitions.
As used in this Chapter, the following terms shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this Section: Electronic Prescription – a prescription transmitted in electronic form. Practice Affiliation – a practice relationship, collaboration, or practice under the supervision of a physic***** *****censed to practice medicine. Prescription or Prescription Drug Order – an order from a practitioner authorized by law to prescribe for a drug or device that is patient specific and is communicated by any means to a pharmacist in a permitted pharmacy, and is to be preserved on file as required by law or regulation. B. Written Prescriptions. A written prescription shall conform to the following format:
1. The prescription form shall not be less than four inches by five inches, and shall bear a single printed signature line.
2. The prescription form shall clearly indicate the authorized prescriber’s name, licensure designation, address, telephone number, and, if applicable, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration number. In the event that multiple practitioners are identified on the prescription form, the authorizing prescriber’s specific identity shall be clear and unambiguous. This identification may be indicated by any means, including but not limited to, a marked check box next to, or circling the authorizing prescriber’s printed name.
3. If the authorized prescriber is a non-physician, the prescription form shall clearly indicate the authorized prescriber’s practice affiliation.
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