From dobi's Wiki link: Not all tablets split equally well... The worst result reported was Oretic 25 mg in which 60% of tablets failed to split to within 15% of target weight.
if they say you can have up to two pills every four hours, they look at you like you just invented the wheel if you suggest that you take one pill every two hours to keep a more constant dosage of pain relief
how do you get the doctor to prescribe you double the recommended daily dose?This is what I actually jumped on to point out. In the old world this was easy: the doc writes the instructions on a tiny piece of paper and handed it to the patient. The doc could, quiet literally, write anything they wanted to on there. So this was the process for everything from the highest prescribable doses of controlled narcotics to a note to get you out of work for a couple of days.
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