What prescriptions can not be call into the pharmacy by the doctor?
I was prescribed oxycod/apap at the emergency room today but they did not give me ample pills to get me through the long weekend. Can the doctor call surrounded by oxycodone from their home or do I have to have a written prescription for this medication...I know some narcotics you own to have a written prescription, is this one of them?
Other pain meds similar to hydrocodone (Loratab) can be called in but oxycodone is a class drug that have been strictly controlled due to so much abuse.
Go rear to the ER. If you have been taking them as directed and run out they will help you. Good luck.
Here is a link on oxycodone you may want to look at
The other question is finding a doctor who is willing to prescribe it for you minus seeing you first. If your family doctor knows you economically and is familiar with your situation and know that you're not abusing drugs than he may be willing to prescribe narcotics lacking seeing you in the office first. If that is to say not the case, than you're probably out of luck. The ER doc probably won't be willing to write a letters for more oxycodone (if you can even get him on the phone). And if your family doctor doesn't know you ably, or worse, you just call a doctor out of the sickly pages, he won't prescribe narcotics for you. I can guarantee that no reputable doc will prescribe any medication, especially a narcotic, without any knowing you well or seeing you in the bureau first.