Oxycodone Prescriptions

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kitty Says:


how long is a prescription for oxycodone good for in arizona



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Verwon Says:

Are you asking about an actual written prescription that you haven't had filled yet?

Or did you mean a bottle of pills and when they expire?

I'll gladly research an answer for you, if you can post back and be more specific.

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kswiss Says:

90 days, because I could not find a pharmacy that had the medication and when i finnaly found a pharmacy rx was only a week to old to be filled then the pharmacy turns to me and says it only good for 90 days I felt devastated after the long search to fin the meds

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