Is it legal to treat yourself and prescribe yourself medication if you are a doctor?
I'm not sure of international laws about the subject, yet I believe that medication must be prescribed for a third party. So even if you are a doctor you can't prescribe yourself medication
Yes. He has to be concerned about how the medication he prescribes interact with the drugs you take. He has a responsibility. Read More
Only a medical doctor can write a legal prescription for a controlled substance. Without an MD, pharmacologists, psycho- or otherwise, cannot. Read More
Some older-style doctors still take this approach, but increasingly doctors are informing their patients of the reasons why they prescribe a certain medication and the related side effects. Indeed, there are legal implications in some circumstances if they don't. Go back to your doctor and ask for information. Better still, find another doctor if you can. You can also help by asking for the information yourself even if the doctor does not take the initiative… Read More
No special license required. A doctor can prescribe anything that is legal to in your country. Read More
No its not a good idea for medical reasons. Your new Doctor may prescribe something which you are not allowed to take due to medication you were on in the past or may need to perform a procedure which is unsafe for you. So its too risky in my opinion. Read More
Can a licensed MD order schedule IV medications for himself if another physician has given him an appropriate diagnosis?
It is perfectly legal for a doctor to prescribe their own medication in most places, but it is unwise and unethical. The risks of addiction is high, and it is impossible for a doctor to remain objective about their own and their family's health. Read More
Yes, It can be prescribed by a doctor, they are a form of depressants medication. Read More
Yes, marijuana is used for chronic pain. It is completely legal for a doctor to prescribe marijuana in some states too. Read More
They are medications such as pills, creams, and any other medication you can obtain with out a prescription. They are legal, and do not require such prescription from a doctor. Read More
Yes as long as you've informed the other doctor about the other doctors medication. Read More
Legal implications of drug use is a "loaded" question. It depends on whether or not the drug is legal for use in society. If the drug is "legal" AND prescribed by a physician licensed to prescribe said "drug", and used ONLY by the patient to whom the "drug" was prescribed, then there should be no LEGAL ramifications. If, AND ONLY if the "drug" in question is listed as ILLEGAL for consumption in society will legal… Read More
Is it illegal for a doctor to withhold medication. Example....friend who has been on epilepsy medication....prompt with dr appoinments....medication ran out..doctor is refusing to refill?
It is legal. It's legal unless the patient not getting his medicine could be fatal. The doctor's most likely doing this because he thinks the bottle was emptied to fast and that the patient could be taking too much or distributing it or whatever. Read More
Is it illegal for an eye dr to write a prescription for antidepressants for several years to his wife?
Although it might give a bad appearance, if the eye doctor is a licensed MD and authorized to prescribe, it is legal. Read More
* Is it Legal: Yes * Is it Ethical: No Read More
There is only one safe and legal way and that is by seeing a doctor. It will be by medication or suction and both are safe. Read More
Read carefully! Tylenol or Advil or Aspirin, its OK to operate Heavy machinery including a fuel truck. If the doctor had to prescribe it, PROBABLY NOT Ask your doctor or Pharmacist if you would pass a drug test, at the end of the day that is what will matter. Clarification: The DOT drug testing system is set up to be Conservative in regards to safety. Read More
Yes, in most of the world, in countries where abortion is legal, mifepristone is prescribed by a physician. Mifepristone at a lower dose is also available in some Asian countries for use as emergency contraception. Read More
If you have a terminal illness and doctors prescribe you medical weed. but only then is it legal in the US Read More
You can only smoke weed for pain relief if you are in an area where this is legal in the circumstances. If you are in an area where this is not legal, you run the risk of prosecution, with all that that entails, from having a police record to having to face the penalties for possession or use of illegal drugs in that area. Ask your dentist for pain relief: there are many options available… Read More
Naproxen-carisoprodol is a medication prescribed to relieve pain. This medication is not legal in the United States but is legal in Mexico. Read More
No you should consult a doctor as it can be a tumor. You should also get the medication a doctor prescribes to stop the period because if not your child will go through menopause early before she if legal of having kids and cannot have children. Read More
Some areas allow the medical use of cannabinoids, and others don't. You'd need your doctor to prescribe it for you anyway, so you can just ask him/her if it's legal where you are as a treatment for some ailment that you have. Read More
If someone goes to the doctor and gets a prescription but then walks out before going to the in-office checkout counter how would anyone find out?
Generally, when you go to a doctor who gives you a prescription medication, it is a free sample provided by the drug manufacturer. The doctor does not charge you for the free sample. If the doctor prescribes a medication for you, he/she writes it on a prescription slip and gives the slip to you. You must take the prescription slip to a pharmacy to have it filled and you pay the pharmacy for the medication… Read More
Yes. There are many websites that will allow you to get a prescription form a doctor online. HOWEVER, usually, they can only prescribe a subset of drugs (not all drugs can be prescribed online). Be careful who you go with as there are some online pharmacies that dispense fake drugs Read More
I believe that what you have reference to - is the practice of prescription medication abusers visiting one doctor after another (all occurring unbeknownst to the other doctors) for the purpose of obtaining from each one a 'legal' prescription (usually for RX pain medications). The practice is also known as doctor shopping, and is unlawful. Read More
Being an M.D., a gynecologist (or any other specialist) can legally prescribe any medication unless there is a specific restriction on his/her license, usually for controlled substances. However, their medical liability may be called into question if legal proceedings determine that the specialist prescribed outside their area of competent scope of judgement, as a gynecologist prescribing heart medications or a dentist prescribing birth control pills. Read More
There is called voluntary and involuntary commitment. If you are refering to voluntary commitment, you can commit yourself to a hospital at any time for any reason and be able to sign yourself out at any time. But if its involuntary commitment, a doctor has filed legal paperwork that has committed you to a hospital by Court Order and you are required to stay in the hospital until the doctor determines you are no longer… Read More
It is a regulated medication and that's why you need a prescription. With a doctor's prescription Lortab can be legally purchased from online pharmacies. How to Save Money on a Prescription? Ask your doctor to prescribe a generic medication instead of the name brand. Almost all of them are identical in their active ingredients and can really save money on a prescription. Shop around at as many pharmacies as possible. Don't forget to include online… Read More
It is a regulated medication and that's why you need a prescription. With a doctor's prescription Fastin (Phentermine) can be legally purchased from online pharmacies. How to Save Money on a Prescription? Ask your doctor to prescribe a generic medication instead of the name brand. Almost all of them are identical in their active ingredients and can really save money on a prescription. Shop around at as many pharmacies as possible. Don't forget to include… Read More
Doctor will most likely NOT prescribe a pain killer for ulcers due to the fact they can make stomach troubles worst. Plus there are many other alternatives which reduce acid production to allow the ulcer to heal faster. Read More
If you've been taking your prescription for Lortab obviously, yes, you will fail because it would be in your system. However, you have a legal prescription for the medication, which would basically exempt you from the failing, and your employer cannot let you go since you are prescribed them. Your employer may require some sort of proof of the prescription, though, such as your current bottle of medication or a letter from your doctor. Read More
No and it is illegal for you to use his. Read More
Yes it i legal to charge for paperwork, but many jurisdictions have fixed amounts they can charge for copying, faxing, etc. Read More
Drugs such as Tylenol that anyone can buy over the counter at a drug store. Other drugs such as anti-depressants, ADD medication, etc. are legal only when prescribed by a doctor. The only drug that i can think of related to narcotics (cocaine,marijuana) that is not yet illegal in the US is a hallucenagetic called Salvia. Read More
The classification of medicines are all related to the medicines act 1968, while working with medication it is good to have an understanding and working knowledge of the common types of medication. Read More
If you have a legal prescription for it, pretty safe. You should not use it if you are taking nitrate heart medication because it will cause a sudden drop in blood pressure, but otherwise, your doctor should have done a good physical to be sure it is safe for you. Read More
It is legal for them to fill out their will if on medication. If the medication impairs their judgement it could be an issue, but some medications are needed. Read More
If you have had a legal prescription for oxycodone and now i am are having financial problems how can I get these cheaper online thanks?
I'm not sure about online but you can apply for help from the manufacturer of your drug. Your doctor has a form from each drug company to apply for medication directly from them for free. It is based on your income and the program saved my mother from a lot of pain. Ask your doctor. Read More
No, but there are several federal laws that control distribution of prescription pain medications. No one may interfere with the legal and legitimate treatment of a patient by his doctor. Any patient! Read More
It depends on the medication. Telephone the police and order or buy some more is logical for legal medications. Read More
No, they cannot. More accurately, they can but cannot enforce it. they may try, and you may be forced to petition for a show cause hearing, but no one can legal interfere between you and a physician and a legal prescription medication. Read More
First off, to "call in a prescription" you must be a valid Medical Doctor or representative. In the USA any Schedule 3 or above medication can be called in to a pharmacy. It would not be legal to disclose how to call one in, as you should know if you are able to. Read More