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You mentioned you have multiple prescriptions that are for controlled substances. I want to direct your attention to the DEA's rule, "Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances". It revised the DEA's regulations to provide practitioners with the option of writing prescriptions for controlled substances electronically. The regulations permit pharmacies to receive, dispense, and archive these electronic prescriptions. The rule became effective on June 1, 2010. However, it is not mandatory, and depending on the practitioner, he can require you to come in for a visit prior to providing you with a prescription. Notably, some states require visits before a practitioner may provide a prescription for certain medications. Usually, the statutes require an in-person pick up of the prescription for each re-fill but do not require a full visit except for every third prescription of so (think a month medication requires an in-person visit every 90 days).
Unfortunately, without additional information, your options, legally, appear limited. But you can always visit with your pharmacy to have them reach out to the physician regarding the medications you receive.
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