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    I really need some advice on what to do.
    So i'm set up on repeat prescription for Antidepressants (Citaploram) but they're set up on repeat at my uni doctor (Because I spend the most time there). They gave me a months worth on the 1st of December and when I went back in on the 15th they refused to give me any more but they didn't say why.

    Fast forward and i'm now at home for christmas (Until the 19th of Jan) and I need to get some more. I took my repeat into boots and they said they couldn't do it because it isn't the green slip, it's only the one that says it's on repeat. Since it's on repeat they said my only option is to pick them up from the pharmacy I had set up as my repeat. But I can't travel to Liverpool from Birmingham just to pick up a prescription.

    What do I do??
    Will A&E give me any?
    I tried calling my doctor and surprise surprise no appointments until the 10th of Jan (They're absolutely useless) so I might as well just wait until I go back...
    But I can't go that long without them...

    Thanks to anyone who can help =)
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