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Question by Deo S: Doctors/Nurse avoiding give free prescriptions to those entitled to it, why?
I am in receipt of Job Seekers allowance and whenever i go to my doctor or a nurse at the drop in centre , they always seem to shy away from giving me free prescriptions even though i am entitled to it. On my last visit i was told that a medicine i was prescripted is available over the counter. She didnt write me a prescription . It cost me £5 , when i checked i was told that i should not had to pay for it, so i complained and got a refund.Whenever i go to treatment , i would recieve lots of ” hmm and ahs and treatment given.. I dont have a history of drug abuse , so why are they being so selfish in prescripting medication that im entitled to, im struggling as it is financially?
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I can only surmise that perhaps the medication you are getting contains an ingredient that may be subject to regulation of some sort.
Without knowing exactly what medication you are talking about I cannot actually say…but for an example: Sinus medication containing Psuedoephedrine. Pseudoephedrine is somewhat controlled where I live in U.S. because people buy quantities of meds containing it and use them to manufacture illegal drugs. Although you can still get them over the counter you must show I.D. and the government regulates how much you can buy at one time. So if your clinic was handing you free prescription and you went to the store to buy more…it could be over the allotted amount of the ingredient.
It makes it harder for people who need these types of medications for legimate purposes, myself included and I am a nurse. The clinic could actually get fined or shut down if they gave someone free prescriptions and then they also bought some and were caught manufacturing these illegal drugs with them.
Trust me when I say that people who actually intend to abuse the system will find a way to do so, so I guess your clinic is just safeguarding theirselves against a possible fine, lawsuit or government shutdown.
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