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Issuing repeat prescriptions
Renewing a prescription for the first time in Confido requires a consultation from one of our doctors and the price of this service is based on the price list of that doctor. Our doctor makes a decision about prescription renewal based on the consultation.
Please notify us of your wish to extend your prescription for continuous treatment prescribed at Confido 1-2 weeks before the medication runs out by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or calling 1330. This will ensure that the request to extend the prescription reaches your doctor in time. Otherwise, we cannot guarantee that the prescription will be extended before the medication runs out.
At Confido, we do not usually renew the following medications: benzodiazepines and benzodiazepine-like drugs (i.e. Z-drugs), opioids, methylphenidate, phenobarbital, other narcotic and psychotropic drugs.
Renewal of benzodiazepines can be done by our doctor if the patient can provide our doctor with a written or electronic excerpt from their medical history as written by their own regular doctor, indicating the need and dosage of the medication in question. There also needs to be a well-justified reason why the patient’s own regular doctor cannot renew the medication in question. In such cases, our doctor may decide to renew the smallest amount possible of the medication and ask the patient to contact their regular doctor or another specialist to plan further treatment.