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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 14:59 #1 

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Mick
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28 days is what it has been at my GP's surgery since I moved here more than 4 years ago. So what's new?

Posted 10 Apr 2011, 15:58 #2 

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It has certainly been 56 days at our GP Mick since we've lived here :confused:
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 16:15 #3 

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28 days for me, has been for the last 15yr :)
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 16:16 #4 

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Maybe it's not as big a deal as it seems then :confused:

It must be a real pain in the neck having to get repeat prescriptions once a month though :(
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 16:25 #5 

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raistlin wrote:
It must be a real pain in the neck having to get repeat prescriptions once a month though :(


Certainly was until I reached the cut off age. I asked several times for larger amounts as some of the drugs I am on are for life. I got around this by asking the hospital consultant for 6 months at a time, which he was happy to do.

Posted 10 Apr 2011, 16:55 #6 

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Always been 28 days for us, at least for the last 42 years. We both get them F.O.C. but still only for 28 days except one script for Janina which is only 14 days on the grounds that "we know best, you could kill yourself with these."
What a farce, costs me a fortune for the 14 mile round trip twice as often as necessary, what about global warming too? :roll:
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 17:08 #7 

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In Wales it is 28 days but no one pays for prescription charges here unless they are a non Welsh resident.
No Hospital car Park charges...........the list goes on as in Scotland the people and assembly decide where money they want spent.
£100 million allocated to repair damaged roads from the Winter to.
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 18:19 #8 

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JohnDotCom wrote:In Wales it is 28 days but no one pays for prescription charges here unless they are a non Welsh resident.
No Hospital car Park charges...........the list goes on as in Scotland the people and assembly decide where money they want spent.
£100 million allocated to repair damaged roads from the Winter to.


Your just tryin to get my blood pressure up , now wheres me tablets :D
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 18:33 #9 

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takestock wrote:
JohnDotCom wrote:In Wales it is 28 days but no one pays for prescription charges here unless they are a non Welsh resident.
No Hospital car Park charges...........the list goes on as in Scotland the people and assembly decide where money they want spent.
£100 million allocated to repair damaged roads from the Winter to.


Your just tryin to get my blood pressure up , now wheres me tablets :D


I wouldn't mind but John's not even a trog, he's a bloody Yank ;) :gmc: :lol:
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 18:57 #10 

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Now now young Sir. ;)
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Posted 10 Apr 2011, 20:18 #11 

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Duncan
OH tells me we are 28 days here too.
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