| Originally Posted by calyx6 |
It's required by law. If you don't sign the waiver, they don't give you the prescription. Accutane is an extremely restricted drug and not only because of the horrific birth defects it can cause. The pharmacist before dispensing the drug has to get an authorization number before giving it to the patient. And no, we don't receive that authorization number until the patient has completed their quiz and the doctor has completed their lab/paperwork and submitted it. At least prescriptions can now be called in instead of being brought in by the patients. The point is, they can make you sign that waiver but they can't make you not get pregnant. However, they can do everything within their power to ensure you won't get pregnant like requiring you to be on birth control. And its a waiver - if you do get pregnant, they are not liable for the results.
PS. I'm a licensed pharmacist.
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