My doctor will not issue another medication. It has to be adderall. I have been told to wait for it to come in
I don't know. I already asked She doesn't want to use substitutes.
Can you find out the answer to 1. How long will it be backoredered? 2. How can obtain my medication. There is some problem with the manufacturer,
Well, I don't know. I am 10 days overdue. My prescriber is nurse practitioner.
I guess what I am asking is, how do I determine a place that can fill my prescription. CVS has the prescription> I assume they could fax or mail it anywhere. I have tried all the local pharmacies and this backorder seems to be a area shortage. I have also been told that similar medications are out of stock.
What is your opinion of these mail order pharmacies? Are they legitimate and reliable? Are there any you are willing to recommend.
Look, it is this simple: I have a medication I am am pleased with. I just want to fill my prescription. . I just got it last month. I can't imagine why this has become so complicated.
This is not some goofy prescription scam on my part. I am a psychiatric patient with a legitimate prescription. This is America and the communication age. I have been on this project for two days. It shouldn't be this difficult to come up with a viable solution
I would like to get some feedback from a psychiatrist regarding my current medicine regime. I believe I may be over medicated and would like another opinion. I am diagnosed with bi-polar I, ADD, alcoholism and PTSD. It creates a great deal of symptoms. The medicines are: Prozac 80mg, Wellbutrin 300mg, Lamictal 250mg, Adderall 90mg, Rispiridone 3mg, Tegretol 150mg, Ambilify 30mg and Seraquel PRN.
My primary complaint is that with this much medication and therapy weekly I still suffer from profound depressions that last as long as a week and occur every 3 to 4 weeks.
I am beddridden during my depression episodes. I can't function, think or feel. I lose all my skills of coping and any memory of how to care for myself is gone. All my therapist and have decided I can do is stay in bed, wait for it to pass, and don't drink alcohol.
I am on disability and medicare because of my condition. I havent been able to work for four years.
They could, indeed, and, if they haven't been effective, I'd consider weaning them one at a time. You mentioned alcoholism--are you still drinking, and, whether you are or not, what treatment have you had for it?
Yes, I do all three. Why do you ask? Is there something else I should be doing to help myself?
Is it a permanent procedure or does it have to be done periodically? Do you think it would be covered under Medicare as a necessary treatment?