Bottle says "Buspirone Take 1 and a half tablets daily three times a day (45mg) 30 mg tablets." Was it written or filled wrong?

Asked about 1 year ago - Fort Mill, SC

Went for my check-up @ 1 1/2 months ago. Decided it would be safe to increase my Buspirone 15 mg twice a day to three times a day. Also chose a new pharmacy for copayment reasons. Read above what the label said. I found out this past sunday that I have been taking 135 mg daily instead of 45 mg daily. I am a teacher and had a poor evaluation while taking this dose, dizzy, sweating, numbness, feeling like a walking zombie for @ 4 weeks. I didn't know what was wrong until the pharmacy called me on sunday and said that they couldn't fill the script because of the quantity. I said what do you mean, you filled it last month. I said I only take 15 mg tid. and she said not you don't this script is written for for 135 mg daily. Was bed ridden last sat and sun. Case?

Attorney answers (2)

  1. Christian K. Lassen II


    Contributor Level 20


    Lawyers agree

    Answered . Not sure what your injuries were, but have a local "prescription errors lawyer" investigate.

  2. Justin Michael Lovely


    Contributor Level 12

    Answered . You need to have documented damages. I would go to your doctor and explain what has happened and get checked out. Consult with an injury lawyer in Fort Mill after your doctor visit.

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