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 Post subject: Guess I did it wrong
PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:22 pm 
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I was having trouble w my dose at first but finally got my body right w 12mg. My dr gave me a 30 day supply and I only have 2 1/2 strips left for the month. I have asked for a refill but of course I was denied since it is to soon. I have an appt on the 3rd so I guess I better start tapering down now.
Im sure ill.be ok?? I wish I wouldn't have screwed up I really want this to work this time around.
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 Post subject: Re: Guess I did it wrong
PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:15 pm 
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I totally understand trying to get your dose right. If I were you, I would go in early to see your doctor and let them know that taking 1-1/2 a day really is best for you. Then, they can start prescribing you 45 a month instead of 30. I really wouldn't try to divide up what little you have left til the end of the month. Def, go in and explain what happened to your doctor.

The same thing happened to me at first. I was put on 1 strip a day and I noticed that I was still having cravings, so they put me on 1-1/2 a day and that seemed to do the trick. I know I am on a maintenance plan (LONG TERM) at 12mg. And that is what works for me.

I too ran out early on my prescription a couple of times when I was prescribed only 30 a month. But as soon as they put me on 12mg, I have never had that problem.
I hope it works for you going in early and getting your meds right for you.

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