Control Substance Early Refills

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Robin Says:
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I wear a 100 Mcg Fentyl patch every 48 hrs and I am giving 10;a 20 day supply. I live in New Jersey. How many days early( besides the full 20 day's), can I refill them?


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Notallbad Says:
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Zero days!!!! fentanyl is one the most dangerous rxs on the market especially that route of administration (transdermal) second only to methadone. If your dose isn't holding you (most intractable patients receive effective analgesia for 72 hrs) speak to the prescribing doc. Perhaps there's a more effective pain relieving option available or additional short acting rx for "breakthrough" pain. It's very easy for some uniformed overworked pharmacy tech. or rph to misconstrue your intentions (ESPECIALLY in NJ of late). That's the last thing you need, I've been on both sides of this issue but I feel for your pain. IT SUCKS for sure. Good luck and best wishes.

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