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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 2:08 pm 
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Can you get oxcy script filled while on suboxen?


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I did when I had a kidney stone - but be prepared for your Suboxone doctor to find out. If your state has a database they might contact your Sub prescriber.

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Diary of a Quitter wrote:
I did when I had a kidney stone - but be prepared for your Suboxone doctor to find out. If your state has a database they might contact your Sub prescriber.


i was not concerned with sub doc, I was concerned with Ins company looking at the history and saying, what is going on here?? does the ins company have the right to notify and maybe they may not pay for it? as long as there is NO social security number on the script there should be no way of tracking. But the ins company has all the records there and they might say something.


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People who have had operations why on suboxone have gotten pain meds scripts many times. Just look at the surgery on suboxone section!


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