Rite Aid Pharmacist Review from New Jersey, United States

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Last Monday I had nine teeth pulled and my upper jaw and was given a prescription for 20 Vicidon.The pharmacist would not fill it because she said it had Tylenol in it and that was no good for me to go back to the dentist and get a prescription for Vicodin with no Tylenol.

I'm staying in there in pain and she is trying to save the planet.

I give about $50,000 worth of business to the store.Guess who's not going to CVS

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Nov 05 #1236857 Seattle, Washington, United States

Tylenol is another name for acetaminophen. Sounds like the pharmacist found an interaction with some other drug you take or found it should not be taken with the medical history you gave her or with other medicines you told her you take. For example, acetaminophen can damage the liver if you take certain other drugs or if you have certain diseases. You might be taking other drugs that contain acetaminophen and the prescription might put you over the toxic dose. It's obvious from this post that you did not understand her explanation. Acetaminophen will not damage the planet. The pharmacist shelves are full of it under different names. This is your dentist's fault. He should have given you the script before you had the work done so you could have it filled beforehand. That's what mine did.

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Anonymous

Oct 02 #1221555 Houston, Texas, United States

How do you give $50k of business to the store annually. Is there something we should know about your other ventures?

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Aradiapix

Sep 29 #1220069 Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

The pharmicist CANNOT just change a doctors prescription because they disagree with it!..thats insane!..that pharmicist should be fired forever!..Find out who to report her to..what she did borders on illegal..if not just flat out illegal!..l hope your doctor didn't cave into this pill nazi!..good luck!

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Anonymous

Sep 13 #1212376 Rochester, New York, United States

A Pharmacist cannot legally refuse to fill a legitimate prescription. I have had the same problem with CVS and have filled a complaint against them. Go to Walmart Pharmacy.

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Anonymous

May 26 #1165000

So they tried to help you out and save your health and this is all you have?
Assuming the dentist was still open, why didn't you call them and have you phone in what the pharmacist said or let him/her know where the bear sits and fill the script?

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Anonymous

Sep 18 #1214543 Dimondale, Michigan, United States

Doctors can't call in controlled substances to the pharmacy. (Or so I've been told!)

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