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The Texas law is very different from GA and a prescription from one state is not valid in another state if the state uses state forms. Texas uses state issued pads for prescriptions as well. Unfortunately, the doctor could not replace the prescription unless it was reported lost or stolen to the police and you provided the doctor with the police report number, because the government tracks how much is written on those forms and if he is audited he would have to explain why he issued too many prescriptions to one patient. Interestingly enough, there is no law mandating a doctor ever write any prescription to a patient and it is left solely to the doctor's discretion.
Your recourse is you can take her to a local emergency room or private emergency clinic in Texas and seek to get them to write the prescription if her own local doctor will not issue the prescription OR you would ask your doctor if he would replace it if you report it lost or stolen to the police and give him the report number and in that case it is solely to his discretion.
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