Doctors Prescribing Xanax In Johnson City Tn

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Brandi Says:
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I need to find a primary care doctor in Johnson City, Tn (or somewhere close) who will prescribe my xanax. All of the doctors I have called aren't accepting new patients and the walk-in clinics don't want to prescribe alprazolam



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EDDY Says:

Your State changed their controlled prescription laws in 2013. Some say its now the hardest State to obtain Xanax and pain medicines due to the massive abuse going on there.

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Brandi Says:
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Well I have been taking xanax for years now. My problem is this... I became personally involved with my last primary care doctor so he had to dismiss me from his practice. He wrote me one last prescription to last me until I found a new pcp but I haven't had any luck yet.

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BrandyTN Says:

Can anyone refer me to a surrounding area doctor in Tennessee that will write oxycodone meds? I live in Johnson City, TN. Im willing to drive to another state. The laws in TN makes it so hard to get a rx. Used to drive to FLA. Does anyone know if there is any where that can still treat out of state patients? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Justin Says:

Florida will treat out of state patients but your gonna have to be careful cuz the laws are always changing & in FL they throw serious jail time towards ppl that seek, & need pain meds. Your best bet is to have your own residence in Florida even if you have to use a friends address cuz whenever it comes to Pain Management they're Down Right Vicious towards ppl w/o a FL residency now. You need to look in Northern Florida cuz down towards Broward they've made it hell to get any narcotic i reckon. Good Luck pal, but the good news is that they're still like 10 or 12 states that don't have a Prescription Drug Tracking System as of last year, some may be introduced to the legislative bodies of any or all of these particular states by now idk but I Seriously Doubt that over in Wyoming they're very worried about ppl who is in pain getting their med's. If you find a decent pain doc in TN please let me know cuz here in KY you can't even get Neurontin 6 & 800mg'ers without taking a U/A, you have no idea what kinda hardcore ass drugs are moving in here now cuz ppl cannot find anything to help them with pain, with nerve troubles, etc... Good Luck though & let me know if you run across a decent pain, & or Nerve doc....

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Jessie Says:
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Brandi did u find one. I'm having the same problem

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Teresa Says:
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The hard core drugs is what's moving in thru Tenn. That stupid gravel or ice is all over the place and now docs act like cause of new laws and ppl stealing from ppl with chronic pain to sell to get their other fix is making it very hard for us who live in pain. I got lupus, sterposis, steninis, and broken tailbone and having trouble here in kingsport tn. Its not right and somehow they should be able to weed out ppl but we do have a huge drug problem here. I'm in need of a pain management clinic now I got BC/bs and medicare but I got my deceased husbands SSN and Caz of that they won't take me. If you or anybody heard of one plz help me. thank you in advance

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EDDY Says:

You use your deceased husbands SSN, is that even legal?

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Teresa Says:
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Ask BCBS and medicare Eddie. I don't think its right either... But that's what insurance gave me after that 2 year mark tht I waited until medicare kicked in.

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Nina Says:
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I've been on Xanax for over 20 yrs. My Dr. retired... Now I can't find a family Dr who will prescribed Xanax. I hear withdrawal is terrible. Why do I have to suffer? I only take as needed. I'm living in the tri cities in TN.

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