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I ran out of my prescription adderall, (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) I start a new job tomorrow. I am having trouble finding a doctor near me that accepts my ins. Can anyone help?
Advice only: Docs on a HealthTap Prime shift (our paid service) cannot write for controlled meds like Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). Anyone on such meds who must change prescribers is advised to obtain records to take to new prescriber, & be seen before prescription is due. If unable to find a doc accepting the insurance, seeing a primary care doc self-pay gets you continuity of care,while continuing the search. All the best. ...Read more
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Where can I find doctor or facility near me that i can get a medical weed card for sciatica, depression & anxiety?
It has its place but: Dr. Pappa's answer highlights an important point in that there are no scientific standards which qualifies a condition for mmj. The same website & different states list anxiety and depression as conditions qualifying for mmj. This lack of standard means lack of research which in turn means you should try safer and proven methods to treat your conditions rather than resorting to mind altering herbs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends?: For the general population with out obvious risks, we state the upper limit of BP is 140 on top and 90 on bottom. There is concern even for BP of 130-140 over 80-90. If one is diabetic we shoot for <130 / <70. If one is elderly and depending on health, we may let it run a bit higher. The age old BP number is 120/80. There is an art and a science to treating bp. If suspected, please get seen? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too much school.: After at least twenty years of formal education, we're about 30-35 years old before we even start working. And we usually never retire. And we don't sleep nearly enough, so we always seem to look tired. Or maybe we just look that way because we're always so deep in thought. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers