Where To Fill 15 Mg Oxycodone Prescription On Long Island Ny

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Maybe someone can be of help to my Elderly parent. My parent, who is prescribed 15mg generic Percocet for chronic pain in her joints is having a hard time finding a pharmacy that has the medication on hand. Quality of life is greatly improved by the proper use of this important medication. Without it, quality of life is greatly diminished. The medicine is a God send, provided the prescription be filled in a timely manner. It seems as though nobody wants to carry it. Most often, it has to be ordered and the time it takes for it to come in throws everything off schedule.

No elderly man or woman should have to suffer 24 hours a day from pain when modern science and medicine has medication to alleviate the EXCRUCIATINGLY sharp pains that accompany every moment while awake and being awakened from pain in their sleep. A lapse in treatment causes my parent to become very ill from sleep depravation, lack of appetite and causes the pain to intensify.
For some strange reason, it seems to be easier to get stronger medication in the same pharmacies that do not carry the lower dose 15 mg pills. I am perplexed. I don't want to double the medication because I feel it is not necessary at this time. Does anyone out there know where or how I can fill the pain medication script for 15mg generic oxycodone without all the nonsense associated? The quality of life for anyone that suffers from chronic pain is greatly diminished as each day passes without taking it. To watch helplessly as my elderly parent suffers with pain for days on end is heartbreaking. Moving to Europe where people are not forced to suffer in pain is not an option at this time. Any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi I also live on long Island and my husband is prescribed the same medication. As it is hard to find belive it or not stop and shop carries it once you go on a monthly basis they will make sure they carry it for you. Good luck

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