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Filled my script 5 days early, next month 3 days early, next month 4 days earky next month 5, etc next month said oh cannot fill till 30 days it was 30 days two days before that, so went to another pharmacy filled no problem. How how is this right?

Because the pharmacist makes the decision and very nasty people thete.

the next day different people there they filll it, nice to know they think they are responsible for deciding if you can get your blood pressure medications or not, they just don't care is what it comes down too, and who's ever working that day makes the decisions. They lied and said my insurance would not cover it, went to another pharmacy it was covered with no problem just terrible what they do to peoole.

Product or Service Mentioned: Walgreens Prescription Refill.

Reason of review: Order processing issue.

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Anonymous
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yes. these pharmacists think they are god and can also over-rule a physicians Rx. what they are is medical school drop-outs and neo-nazis

JellyDoll
#1504916
@greg p

Pharmacists spend 6 years in medical school earning their doctorates. They cannot drop out and still become a Pharmacist.

Technically speaking, they ARE doctors. And yes, they CAN overrule a physicians prescription.As for filling early, it depends on the medication. If you've been filling 5, or 4, or 3 days early every time, shouldn't you have an excess of pills to carry you through? And what kind of medications are they?

Narcotics and controls can only be filled two days early.

Maintenance meds usually go through w/o trouble, but he insurance company WILL put a stop on it if it's too early. Sounds like you've been taking advantage and overusing your drugs.