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    @Paicha

    Most Urgent Care Clinics will NOT prescribe narcotics of any type these days. Tussionex Pennkinetic Suspension is a CIII drug now time released. It has been widely abused in the past. Promethazine w/codeine is much more likely to be prescribed but personally I find promethazine to be a mediocre drug on multiple levels and most patients would be better served to take Tussiden -C or tussi-Organidin -S NR . Just my opinion but promethazine is not a great drug period, whether it's for nausea or cough suppression.

    Doctors still write for it often, but there are much better options.
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    @H20shed65

    Maybe not in pill mill laden GA, but they will around where I live. That isn't to say they are free and easy with it. My husband dragged me in, kicking and screaming, to the urgent care so sick I could barely take air into my lungs and hacking my head off. (Hope I am never that sick again.) The doctor didn't hesitate to write the Tussionex for me on that visit. I hadn't had it prescribed in a long time, but it had worked wonders for the serious chest congestion related coughs in the past. Unfortunately for me, my hydrocodone allergy has progressed to the point that after one dose, I knew I wasn't going to be able to take it. Actually, I do realize that my "allergy" to opioids is a pseudoallergic reaction due to histamine release, but it really is very, very severe for me. Not life threatening, but NOT worth it. I don't know what it is about my body, but I tend to get the worst of the possible side effects from many meds. Even Celexa made me break out in hives, but that is for another topic.

    If I get bronchitis - nearly pneumonia again - I know who I am asking what to ask the doctor for. I have always depended on the husband, but beyond the 3 different inhalers and the antibiotics they gave me, he didn't have any ideas. You are my GO TO guy now and it is your fault for knowing so much!

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    @Paicha

    Most Urgent Care Clinics will NOT prescribe narcotics of any type these days. Tussionex Pennkinetic Suspension is a CIII drug now time released. It has been widely abused in the past. Promethazine w/codeine is much more likely to be prescribed but personally I find promethazine to be a mediocre drug on multiple levels and most patients would be better served to take Tussiden -C or tussi-Organidin -S NR . Just my opinion by promethazine is not a great drug period, whether it's for nausea or cough suppression.

    Doctors still write for it often, but there are much better options.
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    I just think the difference is the diagnosis is objective, and disease (and symptoms) time-limited: "No, this person wouldn't get pneumonia just to sip on some of my sizzurup on her sick day."
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    @billyboy1965 in my area they only sell qualitest brand which is very expensive and not effective at all. I was trying to see if their were better brands with a little more kick for cheaper prices on the web that weren't a scam.
    By "more kick" do you mean more cough suppressing effect?

    btw Any scheduled drug you are able to "source" illegally by email or iop is going to be a good deal more expensive than buying it at your local pharmacy by legal means.

    In addition any narcotics you might be able to source illegally by email vendor will always cost more than the going "street drug" price of the narcotic.

    When looking for scheduled drugs don't kid yourself or kid others on drug forums. It is what it is.
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    @Paicha

    I think I probably painted with a rather "broad brush" so to speak. In our area, The Minute Clinics and Take Care Clinics located inside Walgreen's & CVS for example, are always staffed by NP's or PA's who legally may write for CIII meds, but at least down here, they have a policy stated at their entry way that they do not prescribe narcotics, pain medications or controlled substances. I would imagine that if one was talking about a Free Standing, privately owned Urgent Care Center staffed by an M.D., they certainly could prescribe anything they wanted.

    CVS's Minute Clinic Website simply states that Narcotics & Pain Medications are not eligible under their Medication Renewal Program. Walgreens Take Care Clinics Website simply states that "all Controlled Substances" are not eligible under their Medication Renewal Program. I don't know that CVS would consider Tussionex a Narcotic and/or Pain Medicine but I'm guessing when you get down to Brass tacks, it's the CDS Schedule rather than the Medication itself they are concerned with, but in truth, IDK?
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    @H20shed65 , you are, as usual, absolutely correct. The CVS Minute Clinics do not prescribe narcotics - normally where I would go if it was after my doctor's hours since these are free for dependents of CVS employees. This was late on a Saturday evening and the Urgent Care we went to is a mini-ER staffed with MDs. I wouldn't know about Walgreen's since I am not allowed to shop there.

    As I said, I believe even the private Urgent Care facilities are NOT free and easy with narcotics. I think my situation was just so severe that they felt it was good medical practice to write that for. I don't want to give anyone here ideas that all they need to do to get narcotics is to fake an illness and drop in at the local Urgent Care facility. Those doctors probably see more drug seekers than any medical facility and are at least twice as suspicious. They have to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20shed65 View Post
    @Paicha

    I think I probably painted with a rather "broad brush" so to speak. In our area, The Minute Clinics and Take Care Clinics located inside Walgreen's & CVS for example, are always staffed by NP's or PA's who legally may write for CIII meds, but at least down here, they have a policy stated at their entry way that they do not prescribe narcotics, pain medications or controlled substances. I would imagine that if one was talking about a Free Standing, privately owned Urgent Care Center staffed by an M.D., they certainly could prescribe anything they wanted.

    CVS's Minute Clinic Website simply states that Narcotics & Pain Medications are not eligible under their Medication Renewal Program. Walgreens Take Care Clinics Website simply states that "all Controlled Substances" are not eligible under their Medication Renewal Program. I don't know that CVS would consider Tussionex a Narcotic and/or Pain Medicine but I'm guessing when you get down to Brass tacks, it's the CDS Schedule rather than the Medication itself they are concerned with, but in truth, IDK?
    Let the fools with real medical ailments suffa'..Like I said in an earlier post, off to the ER it is....I have had to go many times to the ER and then schedule an appointment the next day with my GP (Cold/Virus would be gone by the time I would actually get in to see him - His Lap-Top said No)

    Even with GREAT insurance that kicked in cash, I still had to pay $400 to $1000 Out of Pocket...Ouch. You will notice as well (I Did) the more fancy-schmancy the hospital is, the more you fork over.
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  9. The Urgent Care by my house hands this stuff out like kool aid in the ghetto. Either this or hydrocodone/ibuprofen.
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    In the area where I live, we are fortunate to have several very, very good Urgent Care facilities, one of them owned by the local hospital. They are set up as mini ERs and take a tremendous amount of pressure off of the hospital's ER. They are well staffed with competent physicians and most of them have diagnostic medical equipment on the premises. Most of them are open until 8 PM and one is open until 11 PM. The experience is MUCH better and MUCH less expensive than the hospital ERs. As someone who was constantly taking her daughter to the ER at odd times, this is a wonderful thing. Sure do wish would offer 24 a day service as we still have to use the hospital's ER if the need for care arises after 11 PM and that does happen.
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  11. Tussionex (yellow) is called death in a bottle around my way. Its also super rare. Only time i had it was from a friends grandpa that was literally dying. Its nothing to be played with like promethazine with codeine (purple or red). So in other words tussionex is really the best but real serious thats why doctors dont prescribe like they used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Irene View Post
    Let the fools with real medical ailments suffa'..Like I said in an earlier post, off to the ER it is....I have had to go many times to the ER and then schedule an appointment the next day with my GP (Cold/Virus would be gone by the time I would actually get in to see him - His Lap-Top said No)

    Even with GREAT insurance that kicked in cash, I still had to pay $400 to $1000 Out of Pocket...Ouch. You will notice as well (I Did) the more fancy-schmancy the hospital is, the more you fork over.
    Ouch it is! Get yourself to the other side of the tracks then man!
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    Saw a member on the "Infamous" T0p!X board called kudon or something like that, sending free samples of Actavis. Everyone (as usual), said he is legit, but I took into consideration some "long standing" (Old Timer) members, who said he is legit. If I remember correctly, the prices were not bad. May be worth the trouble to "sift" through all the bullsh!t there?
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