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How to find out if ive reached my monthly limit on Sudafed

35years by the time I purchased my first package of sudafed. Now im scared shitless to buy more, incase ive met my limit

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As long as you are using it for legitimate purposes, then you don't really have anything to worry about. Your pharmacist can let you know what the exact rules and regulations are, though if you are taking over-the-counter meds and they aren't really working, it might be a good idea to have a doctor check you out.

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My Walgreens Pharmacy told me I had bought too much for the year & when I asked who governs that decision and what do I do... She told me it was just the computer, she had no control over it. So I told her to look up my profile, do something, because this was the 1st package I bought for the year (3/10/13)! and I only bought the pack that has 10 12 hour pills! I was furious and so embarrassed! I waited for over 15 minutes for them to give me an answer, but ran out of time!
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This is a really old page - but it has contact info on it, that hopefully can get you to someone who might know more about why you are being denied after only one purchase. The big thing that you might want to look out for, is the possibility that someone is using your information fraudulently to make purchases.
From the FDA website...

"If you have further questions regarding pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamine, ephedrine, or any medications, please contact the Division of Drug Information in the FDA?s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) at: 888-INFOFDA (888-463-6332), or email us at: druginfo@fda.hhs.gov"

http://www.fda.gov/drugs/drugsafety/informationbydrugclass/ucm072423.htm
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You can ask the pharmacist to help you know the number of Sudafed you have purchased. The stores keep a log of what you buy and therefore if you dispute their claims, have the pharmacy manager check the records.

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