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Author Topic: 2 days of missed Atripla  (Read 18514 times)

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Offline Ocean1617

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Re: 2 days of missed Atripla
« Reply #50 on: May 09, 2012, 03:25:03 AM »
Thx Ms.Philicia and Ted....you guys are right! The pharmarcy said the earliest I can get a refill is 7 days before the 30th day. So, with this rate, I can have more than a month supply of reserve in 5 months.

Again, thank you you guys for this valuable tip!

Offline planonstaying

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Re: 2 days of missed Atripla
« Reply #51 on: May 11, 2012, 04:50:03 PM »
I had the same mail order hassles till I became  disabled and  got  cadap.  I was told  once  after missing a few doses  because mail order does  suck   that I should of called a local agency they would of gotten  me together with the community  health van for a few days doses.  if you don't have case management it might be a reason to get it  just so you have that resource in emergencies. Mine made it clear   to  TELL  her  if it ever  happened  again  so  it could  be avoided

Mail order is evil  and   they wont do auto renewals which to me is like announcing   if   you don't have the meds    it's  that much more profit
If someone tells you  potential consequences of a behavior  it  doesn't  mean they jude you or mit    they may just give a shit about you

Offline Aeroflight03

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Re: 2 days of missed Atripla
« Reply #52 on: June 29, 2012, 12:13:00 PM »
I had to create an account to respond to this because the exact same thing happened to me earlier this week.  I ended up missing two doses and was in a panic. My doctor said 2 days shouldn't cause any damage.
Drive to Austin to borrow some of mine if it happens again.  ;-)


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