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Old 01-14-2019
Bruce Bruce is online now
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There are many instances when you might want to send a prescription through the mail. Perhaps your mom left on a trip and forgot her medicine, or you want to send some of your prescriptions to a different address when you travel. However, mailing prescription drugs is illegal except in a few certain situations.

Mailing prescriptions is only allowed by entities that are registered with the DEA. That's why you can order a prescription and have it arrive in the mail. Also, you can send a prescription if either you or the receiver are exempt from DEA registration. An example would be some active military, civil defense, or law enforcement. Sending your prescription back to the manufacturer for a recall, or other dispensing error is also permitted. Just make sure you send the mail to the manufacter's address or to the address of it's registered agent.
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