Still No Roxicodone Anywhere In Palm Beach County!?!?

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macdude Says:
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I am a chronic pain patient and.like many of us, OUT of meds. I cannot fill my prescriptions each month. I have switched to dialudid and those don't work very well. I found an online service that would fill my script, signed up and they have been closed down before I got my 1st shipment. This is HELLISH. I HATE being on Roxi's, but its better than the alternative which is the crippling pain . Has ANYONE in the Palm Beach County area found a place to fill a prescription for Roxi's?!?!? Please help and God Bless...



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Verwon Says:

Unfortunately, it seems like most people in your area are still having as much trouble getting them, as you are.

Have you tried any other alternative medications, such as Morphine? It's available in the same formulations as the Oxycodone, a time released, regular release and an instant.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Morphine/­


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jamie johnson Says:

have yor doctor switch you to OPANA 40mg, thier alot more potent than roxy's and you can take them orally or if you prefer to snort them , you can...just have to peel the coating off...be careful, their potent

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macdude Says:
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Are they as difficult to find as Roxicodone? I have used dialudid but it didn't offer the same relief that Roxis did. I have heard about OPANA...are they easier to find?
Thanks for any suggestions!!!

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debbie Says:

please give me some where I can fill my meds I have been on methadone since 1984 and roxicodone for 5 years I am in crippling pain, I have problems with my stomach and my pancreas

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Taryn Says:

Hi...
I live here in P.B.C also and hopefully can help... I have no problem filling my script and my pharmacist saves them for me every month so i dont have to deal with the bull s***. though they only will fill an rx for 90 of the 30's. where before i was getting 180. But now the law and pharmacy's play god on my pain... Screwed up... But my question for you does your dr take insurance. I have insurance and tired of having to pay $250.00 for an appt... Thanks for your help... Hit me up on {edited for privacy} if you are still looking for a pharmacy... Sorry everyone but i don't want to over flow her store when this is where i go.... Hope you understand.... Taryn ; )

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Fedupwithpharmacies Says:

Hi taryn could you help with a place in PBC? I get 110 of the 30's but havent been able to fill them. The email addresses are blocked out but please reply if u can help Thanks!!

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Taryn Says:

I am looking for a dr in the pbc area who prescribes methadone and oxycodone for pain relief... Ugh... If they take insurance that would be the best... As far as OPANA goes they don't work for me.... I broke out in a terrible rash and even experienced labored breathing.... It was retarded... But debbie if you want email me at {edited for privacy} and i will give you some info...


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fedupwithpharmacies Says:

I know a doctor and I can help! Please help with a pharmacy. Email addresses are blocked so please post in feed. Thanks

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Taryn Says:

Hello....Fed up with pharmacy's
I am responding to your last post... You said you know of a doctor who excepts ins.and prescribes pain management medications.. Locally here in PBC... I appreciate you assisting me with the information... The only thing is where i go to get my medication filled. There store stated that they will not fill over 90 of the 30mg oxycodone.. You could still give the rx and then fill 90 unfortunately you will have to lose other 20. But needless to say i fill my scripts in Royal Palm. Since you can count the # of pharmacies located there. Just do.a little leg work I just dont want to get the store swamped... Ty again for getting me the dr info... I will be looking for it.

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hoop Says:

i reside in pbc as well, i been on meds for pain since a sever rollover accident. lucky i survied the crashed,but my body didnt i cant even hold down a job w/o meds not so much with w/ds but pain lvls are just too bad. funds are bout out still havent got accepted for ssi/medcade. this sucks i get harrssed evertime time going to pharms. sooo many problems with this topic and it affects everone is is in legit pain even with many yrs of docmets. how is even right that you goto your doctor every month, do everything by the book and go to fill your meds which arent even the high powered stuff out there and pretty much all pharm turn you away with some type of an excuse. my arms in the air wtf is going on.

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Justin Says:

Hello! I myself live in W.P.B. county, and have chronic pain from my head to my pelvis. I go to pain managment, a very respectable doctor. For months I haven't had a problem filling. I live in west Boca Raton & now I cant fill my Roxy 15mg! Please help me! it's been five days since I got my script. So you gotta know what I'm feeling like right now. Please!!!

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Julz Says:

Hey all. I'm in Volusia County and my Dr. is trying to move me to a new non-narcotic pain med after 13yrs on the usual, lortabs, percocets, roxy's, etc. So I am in dyer need of a Dr. between Orlando and Ormond Beach that I can switch too. My Medical Center changed Dr.'s and the 1st time I met him he gave me 30 Tramadol!!!!! The withdrawls are severe and my leg injury keeps me from being able to walk 90% of the time. Anyone who could steer me in the right direction of a Dr. who understands would be greatly appreciated. And if so, I'd be more than happy to help others in my area find/use a couple of my wonderful pharmacists. Thanks a Ton.... all your help is a blessing.

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Josie Says:

I can help you with a doctor who is much cheaper or will take insurance if you can help me fill my script in palm beach county for Roxi 30mg?
Thanks!

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Nurse Windsor Says:

If you have a regular monthly script, try getting them to order them for you. If you have legitimate pain, and radiology to show the pain, or records.....It shouldn't be a problem.

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Nurse Windsor Says:

When your opiate receptors get 'full', it doesn't matter how many immediate release pain meds you take. You HAVE to go to extended release. If you take tons of immediate release, your receptors just get saturated, and then your liver pays the price. That's why the Dr. will change your meds, when Percocet, Roxi, IR Dilaudid, etc, no longer help.

Pain Mgmt Nurse for 8 years

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Nurse Windsor Says:

Again, If you insist on staying on Immediate release, you will not get any pain relief. I talk to 50 pharmacists a week to verify scripts. If you have true pain DX, and it is all documented, the pharmacies will fill. They will call your Dr for any one-line C-II script. One line-meaning straight, immediate release. If they don't get the answers they want, they will not fill. They operate under their own license.

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Nurse Windsor Says:

Your opiate receptors are saturated. You need a slow steady extended release with a BT (break through) instand release medication. If you are taking the immediate release time and time again, with not much relief, a board certified Anesthesiologist can help you. I know, I work for 5 of them.

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Hurley Says:

I live in SC an can get scrips filled but doc round here are uptight willing to drive for a good doc. Any ideas?

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Rosanne Lee Says:
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People that don't have pain have totally ****ed it up for people like us that do have pain!!!

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grouper tom Says:
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please help I'm in need of oxy 15's as the percocet tens are no longer working. I've had to limit the maze and 3 herniated discs and Bennett living in pain for 2 years. I will be on Medicaid soon do you know a doctor or a pharmacist or I could get my meds I've been traveling to Fort Lauderdale every month just to get my meds and I live here in Boynton tom inghamBeach thank you Tom I

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