Refilled My Xanax 15 Days Late

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Cbr600 Says:


Hey guys, i have a prescription for xanax 2mg a day, i usually have to go to doctors office every 2 months he writes me a prescription for 30 2mgs with 1 refill.

I was out of the country and i refilled my script 15 days late, i have my next doctor visit in 15 days and he will prescribe me again 1 script for 30 2mg with 1 refill.

Will i have any problems giving the pharmacy my new prescription just 15 days after i refilled my last one ?

Thank you.



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Eddy Says:

You would so hold on to it as its good for up to 6 months. You could also depending on your State go to another Pharmacy and pay cash for some extras. Many States and Doctors now can find out about this though so I don't suggest it these days!

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cbr600 Says:
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I do always pay cash for my prescriptions I don't have insurance

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Eddy Says:

Then hold on to it. I don't know what State you are from, but I amassed my pile of Xanax from a few different ways.

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Eddy Says:

n response to the increasing illicit use of alprazolam and evidence of alprazolam dependence, alprazolam is to be up-scheduled from Schedule 4 to Schedule 8 of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons on 1 February 2014.

Consequently alprazolam will become a Schedule 8 drug (drug of addiction) in the NSW Poisons List as of 1 February 2014.

The up-scheduling of alprazolam to Schedule 8 will apply to all forms and preparations of alprazolam. Currently available alprazolam brands include: Alprax, Alprazolam Sandoz, Alprazolam-GA, Chemmart Alprazolam, GenRx Alprazolam, Kalma, Ralozam, Terry White Chemists Alprazolam, and Xanax (now discontinued by the sponsor).


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naynay Says:

No you shouldn't have any problems


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Lilly Says:
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Yes legally they will only fill your prescription every twenty eight days. They will make you wait until a day or two before the last script runs out.

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EDDY Says:

I know this is an old thread but someone posted under my name information about Xanax laws in Australia. While this is always good to know, if you live in the United States this post does not apply!

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kylie munn Says:
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Yes darl there is a chance but it is up to the chemist and the pharmacist but if you make a habit out of it you should be right. Good Luck.

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Robert Says:

Yep. They go by the date of last filled.

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Robert Says:

Yep. They go by the date of last filled. And it makes no difference if you pay by cash, most pharmacies use a database now so cash or plastic, they know when you last picked up the drug.

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sockhead Says:

I believe it would be an insurance matter ,Just pay for them with cash ,that may work



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pudman56 Says:

Where are you getting your alternate facts? There are five, and Xanax is, as you say, IV, the first step above OTC's. To go up as high as I think you're suggesting, the opioid level, I think with the opioid epidemic it trumps Xanax. Either way, leave the opioids alone, it's a b**** going down to my doctor to get a stupid written prescription. Honestly, what's the difference? It's still up to the pharmacist to run the risk of giving them to you too early AND a risk to the doctor(s) if the pharmacists notice you're asking too quickly. I have one drug store that is hell bent on giving them the 29th day, no sooner. If I run out, I just deal. But I suppose having other stuff around helps, legal stuff.

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