Originally Posted by waytoofertile
Was just informed by my Doctor to always use same pharmacy as they instituting a statewide/possible nation wide database w/ your social detailing all scripts,dates, and docs. F$%^ing Nazi's. Her words, not mine. I live in one of only a few states that have a BNDD, Bureau of Narcotics
and Dangerous Drugs
. They raid Dr offices and search files, you name it they do it. They are like the DEA x100.
This is one of the reasons swim
uses the same pharmacy most of the time. Not only is it convinient, but swim figures that if some authority agency is getting a hold of all swim's scripts, he'll look more suspicious going to diff doctors AND diff pharmacies.
Besides, it's not the pharmacist's problem if swim ODs and dies and he filled the rx correctly (unless it's an obvious forged rx).
Though one thing is that swim got the hydrocodone
filled within a week of each other (same pharmacy, same pharmacist).. both with directions to take one at bedtime.. swim's surprised the pharmacist didn't give a warning about that fatal drug
interaction... but again.. swim thinks the pharmacist thinks he's a druggie.. so why warn him, he prob already knows better.
But either way.. this is why swim checks up on the legit meds he's prescribed on his own.. and does not rely on the doctor or pharmacist to avoid bad interactions.
Btw.. what are all the states that have the BNDD?