'This is were you may make a lot of money just by posting content like you see here. All you have to do is signup and post something people would like to see or read about.'
Opioid abuse and Walgreens reaction Article - Lideo.com
Click on the Bars at the right to signup. Start posting content and you may make some money.
» Home » IT-seems
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Opioid abuse and Walgreens reaction

Opioid abuse and Walgreens reaction

Posted in: IT-seems
Tue, Jun 21, 22, 16:26, 1 Week ago
star star star star star
0 out of 5 with 0 ratings
comments: 0 - views: 15
We have a problem! but the Walgreen's solution makes no sense

Everyone knows that we have a massive amount of overdoses due to opioid abuse but as long as they do not separate the opioid that is causing the problem we will find it hard to correct.

Walgreens policy is to not fill a prescription for any pain medication utill the last dose of the old prescription is used up. Usually, the day after even if your doctor wrote a new subscription refill request days earlier.

They say this is so you won't have enough pills to overdose on them.

SEEMS STUPID as once you get your refill, usually a whole month's supply, you have enough to overdose on the pills.

Maybe Walgreens should reconsider and do the refill on the last day of the old prescription so one does not have to take time off work the next day to get a prescription from them. This would also help with withdrawal symptoms that occur when one runs out of the opioid prescription.

Watch John Oliver explain it. 



There are no comments for this article.
Only authorized users can leave comments. Please sign in first, or register a free account.
About Author
Member since Apr 2, 2022
Location: Las Vegas
User not following anyone yet.
You might also like
It seems to me
It just seems to me that
It seems the Russians are terrorists
It has been seen that the Russians have chosen to destroy homes, school, hospitals as a method of terrorism