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notsofast22

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notsofast22

I have a 1 year valtrex prescription (500 mg twice daily) and I went to the dermatologist a couple days ago. He wrote me ANOTHER Valtrex prescription for 500 mg once a day. I would rather stay on my twice daily that my regular doc put me on. But could I maybe go fill the other one at another pharmacy so I can stock pile valtrex because I might not have insurance in the near future? Could I fill 2 different prescriptions of valtrex at 2 places without someone finding out? Is this possible. I know they are kind of picky because they wouldnt let me refill my prescription once because I was taking to many a day and ran out before my prescription said I would. Just a thought.

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SpaceGoat

You could try, but most likely when they submit it to your insurance they won't pay again. That is how my insurance is. No harm in trying though. You have 2 prescriptions, so I'm sure it's really okay if they will pay for it. Having back up on hand is a good idea, IMO.

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lizabeth

i agree that it wont hurt from trying.. and the insurance is likely to pay b/c its 2 different docs...

i totally would try

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