I don’t like to do the routine thing where I just say ‘good day’ to the phone and call the doctor and the pharmacist, so instead, I take a walk and talk to a friend who has a pharmacy.
I try to talk to the pharmacy staff and say ‘I need to talk with you, I need to speak to you about my medication, my allergies, how to get it, what to expect and I need you to see me’.
It’s a lot of time talking to people, and I get the sense that they don’t understand what I’m trying to say.
If I’m not happy with the response, I can just walk away.
I’ve got a big group of friends in the pharmacy who are really supportive, and they’re not just saying ‘thank you’.
They want to know what the issues are and what the solution is, and how to fix it.
It’s really nice to be able to do that.
And I’m also happy that it’s not a full-time job.
I don:t:t think I’ll ever have to work at a daycare again, or a nursery, or even a small business again, so it’s been a nice experience.
So that was my biggest takeaway, to know that my day was not over when it comes to my medication and allergies.
I’m lucky to have this really supportive group of people, but if I don.t feel like it, I don?t want to leave the pharmacy.
They?re very understanding and helpful.
It?s a real support network.
If you’re struggling, you have a supportive network, but you?re not alone.
The biggest thing is just that you need to stay positive, keep working on your medication and to keep yourself in good health.
If it gets to the point where you feel that you are losing weight, that is a real worry for me.
And it?s not a problem if I?m taking medication, or if I get into a bad situation with my medication.
My biggest fear is that I have to stop my medication or I have a relapse.
But it?ll take me a while to be confident that I know what I need, and to take the steps that I need.
I know I have been doing a lot lately of stretching, and exercise.
It just helps me stay fit and feel better about myself.
I have my diet plan.
My routine is very specific and I try not to go out to restaurants and other places where I can get food poisoning or other food-borne illness.
I do have a problem with food poisoning.
I also have a really strict routine, so I know where my food is.
I want to be healthy and not get into any bad situations with food, but I have done a lot to make sure that I don t.
But I do not feel like I?ve stopped eating food.
I can?t eat anything I want, so sometimes I do eat it and I feel fine.
And if I do get food-related illness, I will go to the doctor, but it?
s a real concern that I may have food-based allergies.
When I got my first food-induced illness, it?d take me three to five days to get my blood sugar back down to normal.
And then when I got that food-in-the-foods incident, I couldn?t even have a glass of water because I was so sick.
It was horrible.
It felt like I could die.
Now I?ll be able, because I have food allergies and I can be able just by eating a little bit, to be fine.
When you get an allergy like that, you can have a big effect on your body, and the medication can take a long time to work.
My advice is to eat at least a little little bit every day, and get out of the house for a few hours.
Just make sure you don?
t overwork yourself, and take breaks if you have to.
And be careful with how much you drink, because the medication is quite sensitive.
If there is a reaction, take a breathalyzer, and if you are really sick, go to your GP.
If your symptoms are severe, call the pharmacy and ask for a test.
If everything is okay, you should be able get back to work on your medications within a week or two.
If they have been a little slow, you could try taking some more medication, like insulin, or another allergy medication, but again, if youre not feeling really well, and you want to make it work, it will take time.
I?d recommend taking some supplements, like the whey protein powder or creatine, or creatine citrate.
I like the creatine for my muscles, and it works well with my allergy.
And the wheys have a lot more of the amino acids, which I need