Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we do deliver prescription medications to patient’s home on regular business days, locally.

Assuming you are a walk-in customer, our usual wait-time to fill prescription medication is around 10 minutes. To avoid delays, you can call ahead so that the prescription will be ready to be picked up.

If you are new to a medication you might want to know:

  • What is this medication designed to do to me
  • How will it function in my body?
  • Who should or should not be using this drug?
  • When do I start taking them?
  • When do I stop taking them?
  • Will this medication interact with my other medication?

Most prescriptions should be stored at room temperature in a cool, dry place away from moisture and preferably out of direct sunlight, heat, or both. The medicine cabinet in the bathroom is not the best place for medications. Moisture and temperature may affect the stability of the medication, which means that it may not last as long as it would if stored properly. Some prescriptions should be refrigerated. Ask your pharmacist how best to store your medications.

When a company identifies a drug in the laboratory, that company is granted a patent on the drug for a period of 20 years. During the life of the patent, no other manufacturer is allowed to produce or sell the same drug product without the patent-holder’s approval, thus eliminating direct price competition. Patent protection allows the original drug company to recoup the money it spent research and marketing, and to make a profit.
After the patent expires, other pharmaceutical manufacturers may develop, test, and market the same drug. These identical products contain exact quantities of the same active ingredient in the same dosage form as the innovator’s product. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington has significantly reduced total drug expenditures without compromising quality by using these “generic” drugs. This strategy has resulted in savings to you in the form of lower rates and prescription prices.

No, we do not sell syringes without a valid prescription.

For existing prescriptions in the drugstore please call pharmacy us at (817) 838-2319. For new prescriptions please call us with our insurance information and check your copay. You can message us for medication cash prices. Check Here

If the reaction seems serious or life-threatening — for example, if you have wheezing, tightness in the chest, fever, itching, bad cough, blue skin color, fits, or swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat — contact your nearest emergency room or call 911.

If it seems less threatening, a pharmacist would need to speak to you directly to offer the best course of action and to update your patient profile if necessary to avoid future reactions. Call the number printed on your prescription bottle.

Take the missed dose as soon as possible. If it is almost time for the next dose, skip the missed one and return to your regular schedule. Do not take a double dose or extra doses.

Viruses cause colds and antibiotics are generally not effective against viruses. The best medicine for colds is still rest, plenty of fluids, and, if you need symptom relief, over-the-counter cold products. If you do not feel better within 3-4 days, or situation gets worsen, please notify your physician’s office.

You can discard unwanted and expired medications at AP Pharmacy in Fort Worth, TX. The medications will be returned to drug disposal companies so they don’t end up in waterways and landfills.

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