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    OoberVir is offline New Member
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    Change in Law?

    I had staggered my test cyp orders from my trt doc so that I could order two 20ml vials at a time, saving on shipping and also so I had a cushion and was not week-to-week on my testosterone prescription. Recently, I attempted to fill my prescription of test cyp recently (40ml worth) but it was cancelled and replaced with 1 order of 10ml. The cushion I had built up is now gone and apparently I need to order 10ml at a time due to a "change in law". Have any of you been forced to change your prescription re-order habits or are you familiar with any change of this type in the laws concerning testosterone?

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    My clinic has informed us that they are cutting back how much u can buy at 1 time... Technically it is usually only typical to get 1 vial on a perscription, it should last u 1 month, but for someone like me at only 100 mlg per week mine lasts 3 months...also was told they are not allowed to prescribe DECA any longer either which sucks for my joints....BADLY!

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    Yep, my clinic in Florida will no longer let me order 6 months worth. Now, I can't re-order til week 9 out of a ten week script! Sucks! It's good I have a back up resource. Also, no Deca anymore.

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    I had been getting 1 10ml vial once every couple of months. My most recent trip to the pharmacy put me with 4 1ml vials. What is this crap? The new thing is that my insurance covered it without questioning. Rather than 80$ out of pocket for a 10ml vial I paid 7$ for 4 1ml vials. I'm not sure if I'm happy about it or angry. I have more little boxes to put up with and more visits to the pharmacy, but it is 4 times cheaper.

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    Look into your State's prescribing laws. If the Doc writes Code-F (may be different per your State) this allows multiple vials to be filled at once for TRT/HRT purposes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by barack_obama View Post
    I had been getting 1 10ml vial once every couple of months. My most recent trip to the pharmacy put me with 4 1ml vials. What is this crap? The new thing is that my insurance covered it without questioning. Rather than 80$ out of pocket for a 10ml vial I paid 7$ for 4 1ml vials. I'm not sure if I'm happy about it or angry. I have more little boxes to put up with and more visits to the pharmacy, but it is 4 times cheaper.
    Welcome to obamacare. Things arent going to get any easier.

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    Ok, strange enough, I just picked up my test again Sunday and I've got a 10ml bottle again. It is from a different manufacturer, but I'd imagine all will be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barack_obama View Post
    Ok, strange enough, I just picked up my test again Sunday and I've got a 10ml bottle again. It is from a different manufacturer, but I'd imagine all will be good.
    It keeps changing from state to state and month by month. I have had my brand changed 3x the last year and was getting the small 1ml vials for a while so I switched pharmacies.

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