Shortage of oxycodone in florida

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So if you see a doctor in Florida that has an in house pharmacy then you can only have 72 hours worth of medications filled at one time. I was worried about this and asked my Doctor and Pharmacist. Most of the pill mills operate in house pharmacies and they require that you fill there so Florida law will require they only give 72 hours worth of meds. This will be effective in October.
Hi Audrea, Here in Florida it is impossible to get any of the oxycodone 5mg, 15mg, or 30mg. There are other forms of oxycodone but they of course contain tylenol. I know that ethex the other company that was making the oxycodone IR is under FDA investigation and the FDA has stopped all manufacturing. the other company Malinkroft is so backed up they can't keep up. I certainly hope they can increase manufacturing so we can get the medications we need.
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I am due to have my prescription filled on April 2 so I started calling around my neighborhood pharmacies in Sunrise Florida, but no body has it in stock. Can someone please help me?
The new PM, "Pill Mill" Laws passed on Friday. In general it shouldn't affect me as my doctor is one of the qualified specialties that can own a pain clinic and he has undergone neccessary training. One way it may affect me, though, is that there will be more people using pharmacies for oxycodone, yet no lift on the controlled amount of oxycodone that the pharmacies recieve.
They even have different bottles at the register so you can pick Ethex, Mallinkroft, etc. Here in Florida there was a shortage (I think it was all over) a while back because one or two of the major manufacturers stopped making them. I was on subs at the time so it didn't really affect me. Maybe someone else has better info.
The oxycodone 30mg here in Florida is so popular. Alot of the ones that come in from out of state people who come to the "pill mills" and this is why there is a shortage. My Doctor made the comment that Florida is like McDonald's 10 billion sold, referring to oxycodone. The DEA shut down a couple clinics in Jacksonville on Thursday and I can only hope they will get to the many, many others.
The test may help find what is going on. I do know there is another shortage of oxycodone 30mg going on again. I normally pay 90 cents a piece and this month they were 2.50 a piece! This due to the government's not wanting the companies to manufacture as much according to the owner of the pharmacy! It is just ridiculous! I am paying this much for meds that I can't keep down.
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It's really bad in Florida, still. Not only was there an initial shock in pharmacies refusing to fill legitimate prescriptions this year - wow, was I treated like a criminal - I had to go to a pharmacy I'd used 15 years ago, who kindly filled my prescriptions monthly since January of this year, always making certain to have mine in stock... Until this last month. The DEA hit him. Hard. Told him he could not fill prescriptions for folks who lived outside the city limits of his store.
Your best bet is an in-house rehab where they will know how to best handle the physical and mental aspects of coming down from oxycodone. Tapering? Unless you're one in a million, forget it. If you're head of a large professional organization, you no doubt have options most of the rest of us don't. Take advantage of that great insurance and do it right. Best of luck to you.
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I'm also in my fifties and am trying desperately to ween myself of T3's. What I understand is that the atasol has a very limited amount of codeine in it. You're probably suffering more from mental and emotional withdrawel than physical but that doesn't lessen the problem, does it? I'm searching myself for a detox centre in my area but we have very limited resourses. Have you tried cutting the amount you use down on a daily basis and keeping a record? This is the route I'm taking.
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