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How Do I Order fioricet? When you click that link, you will be taken to our secure server where you will set up your account. You will answer an online questionnaire to provide information relevant to your medical condition. Once you complete the questionnaire, you will see a confirmation page to review your answers for accuracy. At this point, you will submit your order for processing.
In case physician needs to communicate with you to process your medication request, please ensure that you give us an accurate daytime and nighttime telephone numbers as well as email address.
What Happens Once I Submit My Order? A US licensed physician will review the information you have submitted and either approve or decline your request.
If approved, the physician will write the prescription and send it to the pharmacy where it will be filled and shipped to you. Your prescription will include information explaining the usage, dose, and precautionary information for your medication. You will also receive contact information for the pharmacist in case you have any questions after you receive your medication.
After placing your order you will be able to track it's process in real-time by logging into the help desk. When your order ships, the FedEx tracking number will be e-mailed to you so you may track its progress through the FedEx system.
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When Is My Order Reveiwed by the DR? Generaly, all orders are reveiwed no later then 3:00pm EST by our physician. Any Order that comes in after 3:00pm EST will be reviewed the next day.
Why Does Fed Ex Say My Order Isn't In Their System? Your tracking number will be e-mailed to you as soon as your prescription is filled which is usually around 4:00pm EST. Your tracking number will not be Viewable in the Fed Ex System until Fed EX SCANS THE ORDER INTO THEIR SYSTEM. Which is usually after 8:00pm EST.
our secure online communication system. This process will never completely replace traditional medicine, but under certain circumstances, it does provide patients the ability to receive treatment for a number of conditions that may not require an additional physical exam. For example: If you have recently had an in-office exam with a physician, in many cases you do not need to see another physical to receive a prescription for the medication you need. You can simply ask for your medical history to be reviewed by one of our US licensed physicians. A thorough review of your medical history is often sufficient for one of our doctors to be able to approve and write the prescription.
Can I Order Medications Without Seeing A Doctor?
In most cases, yes. We encourage regular doctor visits and examinations. However, in some instances, in lieu of a physical exam in a physician's office, the patient can complete an online questionnaire and communicate with one of our US licensed physicians usingIf the prescribing physician who is reviewing your questionnaire has a question about anything, a customer care specialist will contact you before determining whether or not to approve the prescription.
What happens during the physician's review or consultation?
In this process, Much like Tramadol Fioricet is used to relax spazums and you will be asked to complete a questionnaire detailing your medical history and any current conditions or medications that you maybe taking. These are the same type of questions your physician would ask you if you were making an in-office visit.
You may be contacted by the physician who reviews your medical history or by the pharmacist filling your prescription if they need further details prior to approving your request for medication.
How Do I Track My Shipment?
You can track the progress of your order directly through the account that you set-up during check-out or with FedEx.com. Your tracking number will be e-mailed to you as soon as your prescription is filled.
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