Oxycodone In Florida, How To Fill Your Script At Any Pharmacy

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Ben Says:

People from all over several local northern states, have been coming down to florida to get oxycodone, because their local doctors in their state do not think they need it. So they come to florida and jam up our local doctor offices and our local pharmacies, and we Floridians have to wait on them. Not any more, those drug seekers will have to learn to take aspirin or tylenol for their fake pain. After a few months those guys will learn to use the pharmacy in your own town and state. Oh and you drug seekers that are seeing this for the first time, stock up on toilet paper, your about to go through withdrawals. And it ain't gonna be fun!

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Tim Says:

How's that supposed to help us folks from FL?

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Sammy Says:
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Not that I'm fond of drug seekers. But as I'm reading here I am seeing that some of people may be legitimate patients just looking for relief. Obviously, Florida has had major problems with pill mills. So try to be just a empathetic. If your in real pain I'm betting that you would appreciate the same.

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Jessie Says:
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I've never thought I'd ever reply on one of these forums but you should stop making everyone else miserable just because you are :/

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Johnson Says:

I have been in Pain Management since September 10th 2016 for Chronic Pain caused by 9 Bulging Discs, 4 Herniated Discs and 3 cysts on my spine. When I had health insurance it was UnitedHealthcare. I used OptumRx many times and it was truly convenient. I had called OptumRx regarding how much I would be charged for my 30mg 150 count Oxycodone and the price though high was still lower than what I have been paying: $750 here, $700 there, $675.00 over here. The sad reality of this is I know exactly how much Oxycodone 30mg tablets cost for every manufacturer. I feel like calling my contacts at Actavis and given them the names of the pharmacies that are charging me these ridiculous prices and having them up the Pharmacies cost 3,000%-5,000% like they are doing to me. A bottle of a 1,000 count Oxycodone can be as cheap as $300.00 which I am paying twice that plus $100.00 more. I understand that pharmacies need to be profitable. However the reasoning behind them only accepting cash payments is simple - they change the price they charged you as soon as you walk out the door. Which is 100% illegal. Then they know that many that are on this medication are selling them and making a profit which is also illegal. They exploit those that are in severe pain knowing that if you don't pay their cost, some drug dealer in an hour after you leave will walk in and hand them the cash, go home and make a couple of grand. What about us, those that cannot even move unless taken these damn drugs? My pain is constant with the medication or without. The difference is that without I am crawling to the bathroom, cannot walk and in utter agony. With them it brings my levels to about a 4 which I can function somewhat. So if anyone has an idea on where I can fill my prescriptions for under $300-$500.00 please let me know. I am in the Brooksville Tampa area...

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Michael Smith Says:
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I have as much right to come down here to Florida as you do. I'm from Massachusetts and doctors up there have quit prescribing oxycodone even to legitimate patients. Even with serious documented legitimate conditions you cannot get it. So what's the problem with you if I move to a different state?

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Sue Says:
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Re: Johnson (# 4)

I am moving to wear Palm beach Florida from NY. I have been taking oxicodone 10mg and Xanax 1mg for years as I have chronicback pain and OA of joints and anxiety. Will I b able to fill these scripts from doctor or pain mgmt. Clinic there?

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