You don’t need to keep taking your medication to be healthy.
Your health is your own responsibility.
Refilling medications is not necessary, especially if you have a history of problems with them.
If you have any health problems, you should speak to your doctor first.
If your medication isn’t working or is not as effective as you think it should, call your doctor right away.
Some medications are refilled at a time when you’re usually taking them.
For example, if you’ve been diagnosed with depression, you might need to refill a medication to get rid of the side effects.
Refills are usually only needed if you need to stop taking your medications for a while or if you experience other problems.
If the medications you need aren’t working, call the pharmacist and ask them to refill your medication.
If there’s a problem with the medications, you’ll need to call your pharmacist again and ask for their opinion.
Your doctor can tell you about the refills that can be done and what the chances are that you’ll be able to get the medication you need.
If they can’t do it, call their doctor for help.
Some doctors don’t have the time or inclination to check up on people who have had their medication refilled, but you should still talk to them.
Refill problems can happen at any time and can affect people of any age.
You might want to talk to your pharmaceutically qualified health care professional if you’re having problems with refills or if your doctor or pharmacist has asked you to make a refill.
For more tips on how to prevent refills, read Refills can happen quickly.