A Walmart pharmacy in Oklahoma is reportedly under investigation after a woman accused the store of mixing three different prescriptions into one pill bottle.
Gina McCurtain filled a prescription in early July following a recent shoulder surgery. She told KFOR that there were two other similar looking pills inside her prescription bottle, which she claims to have taken for around two weeks.
“I started getting real fast heartbeat, didn’t know why,” McCurtain said.
McCurtain, a diabetic, told the news station that her first prescription of Percocet filled by the pharmacy inside the Walmart Neighborhood Market in Oklahoma City was correct. In late July, McCurtain and her husband noticed there were different pills in the bottle from a prescription filled on July 11, according to KFOR.
When the woman took the pills back to the Walmart pharmacy on July 25, the muscle relaxant Methocarbamol and anti-depressant Bupropion were found mixed in with the Percocet.
McCurtain told the news station she was once prescribed Bupropion, but the milligram prescribed was different than the one she found intermixed. She also said she disposes of pills she no longer takes.