Prescription Says Fill After

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Sir Isaac Newton Says:
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North Carolina is a strict state also but will fill 3 days early at most mainstream pharmacies, if it's been at least 30 days since the last fill regardless of what the doctor wrote as the refill date.

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David Says:

Thanks for sharing this important information. I always thought doctors were the ones who had the most amount of control over the refill date; but I can understand how (in certain rare cases) it may be helpful to grant a pharmacist permission to make such a fateful decision on behalf of their own whit and whim - e.g. if a doctor is out of town on vacation and/or the patient is undergoing withdrawals & various circumstances of that nature... It's just a little disturbing though when pharmacists abuse this power to their fullest extent, rendering some doctor's pain scripts useless, after only having a brief interaction with the patient themselves. Nevertheless, I digress. This info is much appreciated!

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