The pharmacy will always try to fill your prescription with the generic version of your prescription. The only time they can not offer the generic version is if the prescription is labeled “DAW” which stands for dispense as written. In this case, the pharmacy must fill the prescription as prescribed.
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- Can I get the generic version of the drug even though my doctor prescribed the brand version of the drug?
- My prescription is more expensive this month than it was last month. Why?
- Can I purchase over-the-counter drugs using my Hippo card?
- Why is my medication so expensive?
- My pharmacy is telling me they do not accept Hippo
- Are there any pharmacies in my area that accept the Hippo card?
- How can I see the Hippo price for my medication?
- Can I use Hippo for pet medication?
- Is my personal prescription information safe on Hippo?
- Do I need a prescription to use Hippo?