Posted November 13, 2018 05:11:14A pharmacy may be able to list a drug that doesn’t qualify for a full prescription drug plan under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

But, the list may be incomplete, so you may not know exactly what your pharmacy is doing with the drug.

Here’s how you can verify if your pharmacy’s list is up to date and you’re getting the right medication:Visit the pharmacy that you need medication from (in person or online)Visit the website of the pharmacy and click the checkbox next to the prescriptionDrugs that don’t meet prescription drug requirements are often given generic versions that can’t be counted as drugs.

This can result in medication that’s no longer counted as a drug for purposes of federal rules that require prescription drug labels to say which drugs are prescribed.

The most common type of missed medication is a medication that was prescribed to someone else, but was never delivered to you.

If you’re unsure whether the medication was prescribed by a pharmacist, contact your doctor or your local pharmacy.

A prescription drug’s label must state that it is a prescription medication, and the pharmacist must include the name of the prescriber on the label.

You can check the pharmacy’s website for the name and phone number of the pharmacy’s pharmacists.

You should also look at the medication’s label to see if it contains any special instructions, such as “To prevent overdose, consult your doctor if you think you or a loved one may have overdosed or taken too much medication.”

If you have questions about medications that are not on your pharmacy list, call 1-800-HELP-USA or visit the Consumer Advocates for Prescription Drug Freedom website.