Stand And Deliver

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redd Says:


ok this is getting so out of hand once again been a month and cant find oxy 30 s now i have a suggestion elections are comming up and people need to realize we do hold the power to correct this awful witch hunt against our drs our pharmacies and us by voting the i think im god poiticians out of office pam bonie or whatever her name is and right on down to anybody that could care less about us we do hold the power to turn this around now the rally held last month was a small turn out i really think they laughed to themselfs that hardly anybody showed up lets not do that at the polls lets start asking the questions of our leaders and if they dont want to help vote them out i didnt serve my country to be treated like a no class citizen so what im saying is start discussing how to be proactive and lets tell our government we are not going to be treated like no class like we dont pa their wages and that the cronic pain patients are strong enough to make a difference and let our politicines know with our pain community standing strong and as one we will not put up with our rights be trample on if you are hurting and cant stand up we need to hold our brothers and sisters up one step at a time and that they are not god or whoever the dea pharmaciest and poloticians think they are show that we will have our needs meet and see you at the polls



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Verwon Says:

There is a current shortage reported for most doses of Oxycodone generics, though the manufacturers have not specified reasons as to why they have a shortage.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Some people have had luck getting theirs filled from their insurance provider's mail order pharmacies.

Another alternative would be to talk to your doctor about trying an alternative medication, until the situation is resolved.

Does anyone else have any advice to add?

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