If I Have Filled A Prescription For Vicodin Can Get Percocet Few Days Later Without Trouble

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if i have filled a prescription for vicodin can get percocet few days later without trouble from the pharmacy not filling because I had the other medicine filled.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Pat! How are you?

I'm not sure what the policy is on this now and suggest you check with your pharmacy. If you've been prescribed the Percocet to replace the other, since it's a stronger analgesic, they may fill it.

However, if you're trying to take both, at the same time, they likely won't.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Christine Says:
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That's correct! It depends on the Vicodin amount & usually if the second script is stronger they will have to fill it! If you make this a habit though, The pharmacy will deny you & the government will probably get involved~You can go to jail for this now! Prescription fraud or Intent to distribute would be possible charges! I hope this is a one time thing???

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Tracey Says:
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My husband takes both Vicodin and percocet. We get filled at the same time and have never had a problem. He takes the percocet 3 times a day and has Vicodin for in between if needed

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Joan Says:
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No!!! A narc is a narc, they’re both scheduled 2 drugs. U have to check how many times ur prescribed n figure it out. If it’s not by the same doctor, the pharmacy will call one of the doctors and ask why you have two different narcotic medications for the same ailment. Busted!!!

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