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I just hate it they switch my pills not asking me first

I was so shocked to recieve 3 packs of Enakyce. Its from India and distributed in US. I bet it must be so cheap that CVS prefer to carry it. Drug form India, no way I would take it. I am so mad now and see if I can do anything to get my Apri back. For God sake. What is wrong with the med aystem here. Why they can make yhe decision of what brand I take without my permission?! ## Hello, Tiny tiny! How are you? Under current prescription drug laws, to help keep prices as low as possible for those that don't have prescription drug coverage, the pharmacy is required to provide you with the cheapest generic they have available, unless your doctor states that you must have the name brand, or you're paying cash and request the name brand. As to taking it, regardless of where they're...

Unhappy with Enskyce

I was taking Emoquette for a couple years without any problems. The pharmacy all of a sudden changed my pills to Enskyce. I've been on it for about 5 mos & have noticed a lot of hair shedding & abnormal mestrual cycles. I'm also suffering nausea, headaches, fatigue & a decrease in libido along with moodiness. Not sure if all the issues are related to the bc pills, but I don't know what's going on with me. Going to the doctor today to let her know I can no longer take these pills & to notify my pharmacy that I need to be switched back to Emoquette asap. The pharmacy said I can switch back - just give them one week's notice when filling the prescription. Doesn't make sense. If that's the case, why did they switch me. Oh, the corporate office for...


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