Q: Should I sue them? My wife has worked very hard on her mental health. She had suicidal thoughts and a plan back in 2018.
When my wife left, she was a zombie. It took all of her personality from her. Took about a week to recover. Since then, she got help and went to therapy. She’s been doing great. Until this week. A month ago, our pharmacy said we were not allowed to fill her medicine for 90 days. I argued and they eventually gave us 20 pills. So, at about 5 pills remaining, I used their app to get the meds refilled. We heard nothing even after the weekend. I decided to take a trip to the pharmacy to pick up the meds we asked for. They said no, because it hadn’t been filled. My wife was 3 days in without her meds. She checked with her doctors office and they did nothing wrong on their end. No changes. Nothing. When she finally picked up the meds, she took it immediately. The next day, she saw the bottle sitting on the counter. Went to put it with the rest of the meds. She noticed the bottle listed an entirely different med. Not even same family. They gave her the wrong prescription. She is suffering.
A: Sue the pharmacy for what; no proper medication for three days? Just go back and get the right prescription.
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