Ok, first off, I have not done this yet. This is a big disclaimer. Recently, I have come to the discovery that the stealing of a doctor’s prescription pad would be very very easy. You sit alone in that room for a long time, and as long as you had somewhere to stash it, you could find yourself walking out the door with what I believe to be access to a big ol’ pile of drugs.
Now, I do not know anything about the medical profession. I know the signature would be relatively easy to forge, and as long as you know what drugs to order, said thief should be in the clear. What I don’t know is: Do doctors get back the scripts they write, like how you can get cheques back? This problem could surely be overcome by not using your real name on the script. If one was to order, say, Clomid for one’s self, do pharmacies stock these, or do they need to be specially ordered?
This is big time immoral, but considering I think I'm going to grab one anyway (cool notepad if anything), if I do end up trying to use it, I'd prefer not to find myself upstate.