Sunday, June 17, 2012

Now this!

Good morning.
I've just returned form cleaning the Salon.
I still have a little bit of redness and tenderness on my leg. I looked to see how many more antibiotic pills I had left. When I dumped them out of the bottle, here's what I saw.....
3 light blue pills, and 2 dark blue pills. The light ones have P126 on one side, and 500 on the other. The dark blue pills have an F on one side and 83 on the other. I dug out the paper that came with them, and I'm suppose to be taking a dark blue  pill with P126 on one side, and 500 on the other. Well that pill is LIGHT blue. I went online and googled the other pills to find out they are for treating Herpes.
That's just great! I'm not even sure what I've been taking. I only take them twice a day, so I just pop one out of the bottle, and take it. I couldn't even tell you if they were light blue or dark blue. It was only a 7 day prescription, so that means there were only 14 pills. Even if there were only 2 dark blue pills in the bottle, how did they get in there? How do you fill a bottle with just 14 pills and not have them all the same?
So first, I have to call the pharmacy when they open at 11 and figure out what they want to do. And Monday, I'll have to call my doctor, and see if I need another prescription.
I was thinking my leg should have been looking better than it is.
Anyway, in other news......
The week ended very busy, and after work, we went to Kohl's with a 20% off everything coupon. Craig got a pair of pants and a shirt, and I got 2 new shirts.
Back home we relaxed on the deck, enjoying the 90 degree day, and Craig made pizza for dinner. Today, I go back to the Salon at 11 to empty the water heater in preparation for the arrival of a new one at noon.
And with that, it's time for my shower and to get Craig up.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:55 AM

    You have to be so careful. A woman I work with picked up her prescription for blood pressure and didn't open it for a couple of days. When she opened it the (punch card style) was empty. How can that happen? And, how can you fight that with the pharmacy? It's crazy.

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  2. Anonymous8:56 AM

    (above) MikeInDallas

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  3. Very strange. Glad they didn't do anything bad. I hope. Hope you get with your doctor early on Monday.

    The clinic here often changes suppliers for medicines and when they do they put a sticker on the bottle.
    Not had anything like that.
    Really looking forward to your update. Hope it says everything will be okay.

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  4. Holy crap! That's frickin' scary Wayne. Keep us posted.

    How's your Herpes?

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