Refills On A Titrated Prescription

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Kb Says:
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I need refills for my mood stabilizer lamictal and can't afford to see my Dr. I have one prescription that involves me titrating my dosage up for a week and the refills are empty. Are doctors allowed to put refills on those so I can add my own in? I don't wanna get in trouble but I'm broke and bipolar.



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Watchdog Says:

If you have a Costco nearby they have deep discounts on generics and I have gotten lamotrigine there. You don't have to be a member.

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Verwon Says:

No, you cannot add your own refills, that would be illegal and prescriptions are tracked and monitored by government agencies.

Have you tried calling your doctor? They may be able to phone in a refill, until you can go in for an appointment.

The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including dry mouth, nausea, dizziness, stuffy nose and insomnia.

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