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I have used them in the past and them were good to me and were able to fine a place that was not to far from me....

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Do they carry any benzos? Thanks!

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Do they carry any benzos? Thanks!

There are clinics across the country where you can go and have a face to face consultation. They will create notes and a file on your medical problem and then you can get prescriptions from them as long as you pay for twice yearly consultations. I won't comment on how proficient they are, but if you have money it's amazing the treatment you can get. I know a pretty rich man who has lumbar disc problems and he is on "The Patch". Now most of us would barely get a script for 20 5/325's. Does this gentleman need to take that much for his pain? NO, but he is now hooked.

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Does anyone know or have any further information on this? Being its a F2F that's would mean I would legally fill a prescription and wouldn't have any worries about urinalysis as well as the narcs.

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So it sounds like one person here has used them and it worked out well for them. They are expensive and charge now $275.00 for a face to face appointment and then lower charges for the rest of the year. It sounds like it would be a good place to go if you just need pain meds or anxiety pills. I mean it gets pretty expensive buying pills online, especially if some of the time it is a rip-off.

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This is how it works, you go to the doctors office. Fill out pp work, bring or fax your previous medical records and any MRI or x ray images on disc. You pay for the initial visit ~ 280.00 seems to be the all around charge. You get your prescription either through your health care provider or pay out of pocket . It is legal. There is a follow up via telephone or email. Much cheaper than IOP . Grey area of information .. Keep it simple stupid mentality. Just have legit med records for legality issues. You do get what you came for to..

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I've recruited Doctors in the good old days when all you had to do was fill out a questionaire. 1stchoicemeds seems to be the last place standing that still has a reasonable amount of stability. Some may not agree but Rich tries to do his best. Have your records don't go in looking for benzos they are way over priced and for some reason lately the Doctors for all thre F2F services have kinda put the brakes on the and coulld you give me something for anixity trick. My Doctor friend said that the DEA is clamping down tight on Mothers Little Helpers Docs.

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Has anyone used this service in a while? Either Pm me or reply here - please no cheesy promos for this service, just lmk if you've used it and hated or loved it.

Thanks! ;) - S

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Being the army veteran I am, if I were to go to one of these offices because of "knee pain", could I walk out with a script for some decent PKs?

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Being the army veteran I am, if I were to go to one of these offices because of "knee pain", could I walk out with a script for some decent PKs?

 

It's not as simple as "walking in and walking out". You'll need to have a certain set of base level medical records to document whatever complaint you are reporting. If that's "knee pain", then a physical from the past 12 months, a year or two of chart notes at minimum and some type of diagnostic, such as an MRI report, x-ray films, etc. will be required. These records must be submitted up front to the service that operates this website before an appointment is scheduled. So, point being, if you lack these types of records, you won't get an appointment in the first place. Your military service would provide a good "back story", as it were, to your reported complaint, but you still need to be able to back it up with records.

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I emailed this place to get a feel for if they have anyone available in my area and how to get started. Any recent experiences with this place? Just trying to keep my options open and find something that's a good fit for me.

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With medical records (MRI, etc.) and actual diagnosis, process went very smoothly. R seems like he's trying to run a service as earnestly as possible under obvious constraints.  I'm sure that these constraints include some very interesting clientele.

 

Would recommend if you have valid baseline documentation and diagnosis.  Physician performed in accordance with good clinical practices and I actually received a surprisingly high level of care.  "High level of care" is not code; the physician took their time and seemed to take more interest in me and my health than many others I've encountered through traditional channels when sick, etc.  That said, every physician in the various locations is obviously different. 

 

Have reasonable expectations in regards to what you're expecting to receive.  No idea about anything other than pk...

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I wanted to follow-up on this...

 

The initial visit went well but refills have been almost impossible due to lack of response from the physician's office.  So, your mileage may vary but I would have to change my experience from positive to negative at this point.  

 

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