As a practical matter, NO. Once a prescription has left the pharmacy, the pharmacist cannot be sure that the product is still safe. Therefore, in the interest of public safety, various state and federal law prohibits the pharmacist from accepting the return of a prescription drug, in whole or in part, and reusing the drug to fill another prescription.
Our rule of thumb is once it leaves the building we can’t accept the return, so if you have any doubts about the medication please discuss it with us before we even fill your prescription.
Think of the situation this way: Would you want the medication that you purchase from the pharmacy to be medication that someone else had returned?