Fentanyl. Anyone Having Trouble Getting The Mylan Brand??

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fentagurl Says:
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I have been switched through my insurance to another pharmacy from CBS who always managed to game my brand and strength available on script day ( pretty important when you live as far from town as I do!!) At any rate all of my choices left had less than 5 patches or could no longer even obtain the Patch I was left getting the archaic WATSON 100 PATCH I HATE THESE?! This canny just be a local shortage? It must be at least chain store common, or was it a glitch and there are plenty around. I bought they even stopped making this kind of Patch because of abuse??!! Frustrated with Fentanyl! Ha ha



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Verwon Says:

This doesn't necessarily mean that there is a shortage, it's just likely that Mylan was offering a cheaper price, when they pharmacy needed to restock their supply, so that's what was ordered.

If your prior pharmacy always got the ones in that you prefer, they did that as a special favor for you. They don't have to do that.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Tigwelder Says:

If you don't put medically needed on the prescription,the pharmacy will fill it with what ever they have on hand.you have to say on the prescription exactly what drug manufacture you need.

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