Yes. It’s common practice for doctors to write prescriptions for patients to have on hand and use in the future if necessary. This practice is called advance prescribing, also known as prophylactic prescribing or empiric self-treatment.
Orders are fulfilled by a mail-order pharmacy in the United States that specializes in filling telehealth prescriptions by mail. Our partner pharmacy is a fully licensed and regulated U.S. pharmacy, VIPPS certified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, LegitScript certified, and URAC accredited.
As an emergency room doctor, I keep these medications in my bag to treat the most common health problems while traveling. Everyone should travel with a medical kit, and I recommend you consider adding these items to your kit.Read
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