@mrdispenser: When you locum on the weekend and you don’t want your company to find out and you spot your area manager!
@mrdispenser: When you dispense a script for someone that you went to school with and you wait to see whether they acknowledge you or not.
@JoMyatt: I had that on Thursday. I told him he was the year above me and he knew me! Clearly, I’ve not changed in 20 years.
Arlene Caldwell: Even better when it’s a teacher who taught you at school!
@MrHunnybun: Very true, I can never tell if they genuinely don’t remember me or are pretending not to because they have a prescription for 1g of Azithromycin.
@Raman2089: I had a prescription for an old teacher once. I was so tempted to ask him but decided against it!
@alkemist1912: Particularly when their prescription for something like Methadone or maybe for an STD. I’ve had to deal with both situations.
@Alkemist1912: Or that awkward EHC for someone’s wife/partner – and you know that they’re supposed to be home alone!!!
@Andychristo: Ooooh. Been there! Awkward moment, especially as it was for a stat dose of Azithromycin…
@Checkedshoes: EHC with friend of daughter
@Kevfrost: Even more awkward when you present an FP10 and see it’s someone you trained in pharmacy.
@gemmieangel: Or when old geography teacher wants advice about the failure of his ‘privates’ when he has important lady friend to impress!
What are your awkward pharmacy moments?