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Since: Feb 11

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#43 Jan 8, 2013
The Truth wrote:
Pharmacies aren't actually out of anything. Inventory isn't the issue. The pharmacist holds the right to refuse. End of story. Especially scripts from PM clinics. The "out of stock" is so you can go away. Scripts that are on wax type paper will not be filled by many pharmacists and if you try filling in neighboring counties you will also get turned away. The Government doesn't have anything to do with our inventory. The pharmacists holds the right to refuse certain scripts. Many of you think you can opt to pay cash and not run on insurance however we have a way to check where you last filled via your insurance co. TennCare has a statewide database where we can check that. Prescription Drug abuse is a major epidemic and we are only trying to help stop the problem. We have a direct link to State Investigators to report prescribers who prescribe an insane quantity of certain narcotics. Two clinics here in Morristown will soon be coming under investigation for this very exact reason. Tenncare is also looking into many prescribers for the same reason.
This comment is absolutely incorrect. Inventory is the main issue. You are right were there is a database, but that is about it.

Since: Mar 09

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#44 Jan 15, 2013
The Truth wrote:
Pharmacies aren't actually out of anything. Inventory isn't the issue. The pharmacist holds the right to refuse. End of story. Especially scripts from PM clinics. The "out of stock" is so you can go away. Scripts that are on wax type paper will not be filled by many pharmacists and if you try filling in neighboring counties you will also get turned away. The Government doesn't have anything to do with our inventory. The pharmacists holds the right to refuse certain scripts. Many of you think you can opt to pay cash and not run on insurance however we have a way to check where you last filled via your insurance co. TennCare has a statewide database where we can check that. Prescription Drug abuse is a major epidemic and we are only trying to help stop the problem. We have a direct link to State Investigators to report prescribers who prescribe an insane quantity of certain narcotics. Two clinics here in Morristown will soon be coming under investigation for this very exact reason. Tenncare is also looking into many prescribers for the same reason.
Incorrect on several comments. Please become informed before voicing your incorrect comments again.
andrea

United States

#45 Feb 6, 2013
above the influence wrote:
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In hate you pillheads.....but I do get a kick out of seeing you whine and demand your pills. You idiots are the scum of the earth.
NOONE should be getting prescriptions for 30 mill roxys if your not in bed dying.
I fell off a roof and broke my back and collarbone and never took anything but a hydro 10 every once in awhilre but mostly took advil and tylenol. You puzzies make me sick.
. Woa I'm an amputee and who r u to make judgement to those who need the roxycodone...the reason the pill is made in the 1st place cuz people r in pain. Try gettin the scum who don't need it xposed with ur anger on this matter don't degrade those who deserve or have the need of pain relief.
Medically inclined

Kingsport, TN

#46 Feb 6, 2013
andrea wrote:
<quoted text>. Woa I'm an amputee and who r u to make judgement to those who need the roxycodone...the reason the pill is made in the 1st place cuz people r in pain. Try gettin the scum who don't need it xposed with ur anger on this matter don't degrade those who deserve or have the need of pain relief.
Why do you have "pain" if you are an amputee? The problem has been removed. Unless its a recent surgery, you shouldn't be having pain from an amputation. Instead of pills you need to see your surgeon.
Doug

Knoxville, TN

#47 Feb 6, 2013
There was never any shortage of Oxys... That's the excuse the local pharmacies are telling you because they do not want to fill pain clinic scripts out of Knoxville. Stop going to the pill farms and stick with one pharmacy. There is a state wide database that shows what you fill, where you fill them, and who the doctor is. So don't go into a pharmacy and play dumb.

Since: Feb 11

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#48 Feb 10, 2013
Doug wrote:
There was never any shortage of Oxys... That's the excuse the local pharmacies are telling you because they do not want to fill pain clinic scripts out of Knoxville. Stop going to the pill farms and stick with one pharmacy. There is a state wide database that shows what you fill, where you fill them, and who the doctor is. So don't go into a pharmacy and play dumb.
Oh Doug, but there is a shortage of oxycodone. The suppliers have drastically reduced the number that they will send out to the pharmacies which results in a shortage. The bad part about it all is that pharmacies do not like to constantly filled these but they are a main source of revenue for the pharmacies at the same time. Why would one not fill these when they know a big percentage of daily receipts come from these medicines?

Everything else is correct. Doctors and pharmacies can get onto the database and see what you got and when and where you got that prescription was filled and and who wrote the prescription. Doctor shopping is actually illegal for those on TennCare to do and may result in losing their TennCare coverage.

http://news.tn.gov/node/10212 .
http://www.tn.gov/tnoig/ .

Since: Feb 11

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#49 Feb 10, 2013
Medically inclined wrote:
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Why do you have "pain" if you are an amputee? The problem has been removed. Unless its a recent surgery, you shouldn't be having pain from an amputation. Instead of pills you need to see your surgeon.
Medically inclined...yes. Educate yourself and then speak.

http://www.amputee-coalition.org/fact_sheets/... .
cocoa

La Follette, TN

#50 Jun 20, 2013
Pharmacist wrote:
Many pharmacies will not fill 'certain doctors' RX's.(prescriptions). It's not that we don't have it in stock. The RX you are using isn't on tamper resistant paper regardless if the MD has a DEA #. If the MD is being investigated no one will fill the RX and you wasted your money on a worthless piece of paper. Don't even bother going to another county because all C2's (all drugs are classified) and the ones you are seeking are C2's, as such will not be filled across county lines as you passed numerous pharmacies to get to the next one and so forth. Pharmacies and pharmacists as such have the right to deny filling any script they feel the patient does not have an actual relationship with the doctor. So it's not that we are out of stock, we can tell your kind a mile away and refuse to sell the product.
since you are a pharmacist can you answer me this? I have been with my pharmacy for 20 years and they have 3 different stores in the same town. This particular pharmacy has always filled my medicines including my oxycodone when I had insurance, never gave me a problem. I could go to any one of the 3 stores. I lost my insurance in October of last year because my daughter turned 18.:( So I have to pay cash for visits to both my primary and my spinal doctor. I never had a problem, as I said, til I lost my insurance. I have been unable to get in to see my primary because his wife is dying of cancer and seeing him is scarce, so getting my other meds like, albuterol for my COPD, folic acid and cholesterol medicine is almost impossible. My pharmacist has filled ALL my meds up until this month. I have had the same primary for 10 years, and the same spinal doctor for the past 14 months. My primary knows that I go to the spinal doctor and has known from day one. Both my spinal doctor and my primary share records constantly. I follow ALL the rules and am in no way dishonest. I have done everything my pharmacist has asked. I have never went anywhere else or to any other pharmacy, so WHY would he suddenly decide he won't fill my oxycodone? He will fill all my other medicine including my morphine but not my oxycodone. I have a large cyst on a tendon on my right hand which keeps me from using it normally. My fingers don't even go straight.:( I have peripheral neuropathy, scoliosis and degenerative disks. Without the oxycodone and the morphine combined for whatever reason I lose mobility in my right hand. I have talked to others who go to this pharmacy and they say they have no problem but they have insurance. I just don't get it. I understand the drug problem, but I am highly sensitive to most medications and believe me, I have tried many and they just don't work or they make me sick. This is the only combination that seems to ease the massive pain in my hands legs and spine and gives me some mobility in my hand. Please tell me why a pharmacist would do this?
cocoa

La Follette, TN

#51 Jun 20, 2013
END PROHIBITION wrote:
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It is sickening and unbelievable how arrogant our meddling, control freak govt. has become. The lengths they will go to to ensure nobody gets adequate pain relief... or G-d forbid they should take an extra pill!!! I would give anything if they would GTF out of our lives!!!!!!!!
RIGHT ON!!! and truth be known, there are many congressman and other high up officials who take the same medicine those of us legitimate people do. Only difference between us and them, is they don't get told no!!! Cause they're the government and half of them probably don't need it.
Meheim

United States

#52 Jun 21, 2013
cocoa wrote:
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RIGHT ON!!! and truth be known, there are many congressman and other high up officials who take the same medicine those of us legitimate people do. Only difference between us and them, is they don't get told no!!! Cause they're the government and half of them probably don't need it.
its ppl like u that really needs ur meds and actually the pharmacist knows u should not abruptly stop that medication i wld push this to the max start at the bottom and work ur way up until something is done by all rights his licence should b pulled im almost positive a lawyer wld love to have a case like this ppl has sued for alot less but i wld not let this go and b4 ppl starts jumping dwn my throat this is just my opinion...i wish u the best btw what was his explanation to u?
totallystressed

Morristown, TN

#54 May 28, 2015
does anyone in the morristown area know here to fill a subutex script.
Joe Kerr

Morristown, TN

#55 Jun 1, 2015
lol wrote:
They are changing over to non- snort, non-crush pills. They will be able to track the new pills useing an encoded marker. They will be able track the pills back to the original prescribed person. If you try to crush them , they have a compound that nuetralizes effects. If you take as prescribed they pass the nutrilizer thru your system with out effect. Might be awhile before all pharmacies are up to speed, but until then the old style pills are being destroyed.
I'm betting your eyes are dark brown...
Flossy

Morristown, TN

#56 Jun 1, 2015
Joe Kerr wrote:
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I'm betting your eyes are dark brown...
yep, so is the poster who said he was a" pharmacist" for 25 years (about 2 pages back) He posted in 2012 that by next month there would be absolutely no more Opanas. He was wrong about that one huh?

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