How to refill my new Zoloft prescription?
I don't want to get into an argument about whether or not I should be on Zoloft, that is beyond the point. Anyways, three weeks ago I finally decided to get help for the depression that had come to control my life and voluntarily admitted myself into an inpatient mental health facility. After three days, I was discharged back into society with my new diagnoses (clinical depression, major anxiety, slight ocd, and possibly ptsd) and a one month prescription of Zoloft. As I said, this was three weeks ago and I am now about to run out of that month's supply of Zoloft. Yes, I do feel like the zoloft is helping me, even if ever so slightly, and would really like to continue with the medication/treatment. However, the only way I would be able to see the doctor that originally prescribed it for me would be to re-admit myself into that mental health facility. Unfortunately, that is not an option at this moment. I am not insured. Do not have a regular doctor. I am currently unemployed (part of the reason I needed the Zoloft in the first place was to get me to a mental standpoint where I could look for a job). And am kind of short on money. What would be the best/cheapest route to continue with my zoloft treatment? Do I just go to any doctor and explain my situation? Are there clinics for this kind of thing? Will doctors be willing to write me a new prescription for the Zoloft if they didn't write the initial prescription? Is this something I will have to do every month if there are never refills written? If it helps, I live in Phoenix, AZ.
Thank you for any answers, they are all really appreciated.
- PegLv 47 years ago
Where I live (Massachusetts) There are Mental Health clinics where you pay on a sliding scale according to your income. I don't know what they have in AZ. Call your doctor or hospital and ask them about places like that near where you live. Do you live near a Walmart or Targets? Prescriptions there are only $4. I hope this helps you in some way. Good luck.
- 7 years ago
You need to call that doctor or pharmacy near you, and ask for an emergency prescription. Maybe try to get on Medicaid, go see a psychiatrist that accepts Medicaid, and you will get your meds for free. That's what I do but it can be quite a long process before you can get accepted for Medicaid but it's worth trying so you don't have to pay out of pocket..
- Anonymous7 years ago
120 mg is what you need. Get some xanax aswell and that should help youSource(s): Me