Thank you for everything!
Sorry I've been out of touch my niece was kind enough to bring over some of her bed bug friends so I've been fighting them for the past couple of weeks. I think I've gotten rid of them but I'm still fighting them as if I have a boat load I'd rather over kill than under kill.
BTY both my allergist and my GP saw the bites and recommended OTCs that don't work for me and now the bites have become hives I knew I was allergic to them but I did know it was THAT allergic to them.
Just a quick note to say hello!
Not feeling to good today sour stomach.
I haven't herd of the of the medicine the doctor gave you, the clinic I go to have a different procedure Miralax and 4 bisacodyl tablets I got so sick from it but at least I know I won't have to do it again.
I hope your feeling better today I know what it's like to get migraines and the only thing that made me feel better was to throw up.
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