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Prescription Meds In Florence please hep

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I did not bring enough clonazepam to last me a month here because i didn't think I would need that much. I'm doing a study abroad In Florence, Italy and my classes are much harder than I expected and being so far away from home on my own for the first time, I have been having severe panic attacks sometime's two a day. And sometimes in class I'll have a panic attack and have to leave because my panic attacks/ severe anxiety make me throw up. If I bring the prescription bottle to a pharmacie, could they refill it for me? Please if anyone has advise for what I can do, I would appreciate it greatly. Thank you!

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