Well to be honest not been too well, been in hospital with pneumonia virus, also had endoscopy to discover I have reflux they say thats what maybe causing tightness and discomfort in chest area but I have my doubts so all in all not too good, but Ill take the medication they have given me and see what happens, im so glad you are well , take care and thanks for thinking of me.
Just a quick note to say hi! I have recieved my hysmeton and started taking it, I am not very well at the moment my upper respitory is really tight and my breathing is bad, endoscopy next thursday, ill let you know how it goes, still havent managed to get refensal yet. take care i will hopefully write again and let you know how I go.
kindest regards Carol xx
THANKS SO MUCH MY EMAIL AD IS caeoljent@btinternet,com I will try the hysmeton and your spanish medication I cannot lose either way I am only 54 yrs old and have a 12 year old son who still needs me I have to fight thanks for your contact xx
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