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    Quote Originally Posted by farmmummy View Post
    Love, are you still in contact with any of the girls, maybe Renee? Go thru her friends list you will find me sat name is Daffey now I will get you linked with the girls from there
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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    I can help you with a cheaper way of meds

    Authority scripts for bigger quantity

    Pristiq a box should last a month . If you take two a day and a box doesn't last a month then the dr should get the authority for two

    OxyContin you can get increased qty authorities too.

    If you go to same pharmacy you should be getting up towards the safety net. Once that limit is reached you will get a concession card for rest of year .

    Pm me for more info as I work in pharmacy and deal with this alot
    I'm on 200mg of pristiq so need two boxes of 100's but I do get repeats for that one.

    I am very doubtful the doctor would prescribe repeats for any painkillers as I'm already restricted in that my scripts are faxed straight to the chemist, I'm it allowed to touch them and dh is the only one allowed to pick them up. But I will ask and see, ta.

    How much is the safety net. We never went to the doctor until this last year. My children and husbad have not been on any medication for years so I have never bothered looking into it. Do I need receipts?

    Thanks alot for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    I'm on 200mg of pristiq so need two boxes of 100's but I do get repeats for that one.

    I am very doubtful the doctor would prescribe repeats for any painkillers as I'm already restricted in that my scripts are faxed straight to the chemist, I'm it allowed to touch them and dh is the only one allowed to pick them up. But I will ask and see, ta.

    How much is the safety net. We never went to the doctor until this last year. My children and husbad have not been on any medication for years so I have never bothered looking into it. Do I need receipts?

    Thanks alot for the info
    You can get the info for the safety net from any chemist you have been to over the calendar year. They just need to print it out and you can get it calculated.

    With the script you could possibly get an authority script (1 months supply, no repeats) and still have it organised the way you do. The chemist just holds them in store for you.

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    Yeah cool I will make some enquiries. Although its bit a discount chemist anyway:

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    Good on you for taking the anti I bet it couldn't be easy. Your courage strength and honesty is so admirable

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    Thanks hun, I don't get it. Everyone keeps telling me I am strong but I'm a mental case! Xx

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    But the strength and courage you are showing while you are going through this is so admirable. Hang on to that cos it's the truth

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    You are strong. It is always harder to see from the inside.
    You are like a big strong tree, that is being hit by a cyclone, It might tatter you up a little bit and you might lose all your leaves but you strong and you will weather it and you will live to grow more beautiful leaves that bless everyone around you.

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    You're strong because you asked for help when you needed it and persisted til you got it. You're strong because you never give up. You're strong because despite how distressed you've been feeling you're an awesome mum who makes sure your kids are loved and looked after. That's why people keep telling you you're strong.


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