My mum, a pensioner is covered under the Indian govts Central Govt Health scheme.
Now we know that there have been scams of medicines being purchased at inflated prices and fake bills used to show purchases with CGHS before or the fact that medicines meant for clinics are sold in the open markets , but in a place like Mumbai, if the doctors give u wrong medicines what should one do? And the CGHS polyclinic has equipment that can be certified genuinely antique, with Xray machines of post independence era and the likes.
Some of the Doctors are arrogant and only care for the grade A, working staff like the IT commissioners and likes. Worse, these doctors think they are kings – they start a bit late and even if the dispensary is supposed to close at 1.30 pm they arbitrarily close at 12 pm.
A quick google tells me that Rantac / Zantac is used to decrease the production of stomach acid, which may reduce irritation to the stomach lining and help heal ulcers and other gastrointestinal conditions, how is it related to lower back pain?
And looks like thankfully, it was a correct prescription, as the doc has already commented that it was a correct prescription.