by Tiesha

Can my grandmother get a 2 day early refill on her Ritalin through AARP?

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by: Anonymous

Grandma taking Ritalin. Bet she's a wild one!

Early Refill with AARP answer
by: David Shedd

It depends. Usually many insurance companies allow a window of 7 days early on a 30 day supply. Usually prescriptions filled within this window need no override. If you are talking about a "2 day early refill" 2 days before these 7 days, then you would need a pharmacy employee to contact AARP. Every insurance company has different rules and procedures so it is difficult to say for sure what AARP will allow.

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