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  •  Take the name of the med, go to Walgreens or (7+ / 0-)

    CVS or Target or Walgreens and ask to speak to the pharmacist. My sister is a pharmacist for Walgreens - they know medications and are able to answer questions about them.

    The Phm may need to know what medical reason you are taking the drug, but they are bound under medical ethics rules, HIPPA and confidentiality to keep it to themselves.

    And if the Phm breeches that, CONGRATS!!! You will get a big check after suing them and the chain they work for.

    Yes, your parents sound in not good shape. If your mom was concussed she may be worse off than she thinks.

    Do they have a lawyer? Can that person be helpful?

    Also, there are exercise channels, I don't know if your folks have that cable package, though.

    *Are we humans or are we dancers?* Annie Lennox (thx Words In Action & OPOL)

    by glorificus on Sat Apr 06, 2013 at 08:02:41 PM PDT

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    •  no lawyer - they are FOXbots and not that rich (8+ / 0-)

      so they don't trust no stinking lawyers.  

      I think we have a Walgreens not far from here, I can check it out there.

      If she's still dragging tomorrow I will make her call her doctor at least.

      I definitely am not going to try and fight for the remote from Col CatLady - I'd rather walk and daydream about the TARDIS showing up.  Tae kwon do starts back on Tuesday - that will work off plenty of it for sure as well as a daily couple miles.  

      Like I said, we eat pretty healthy - and the medication seems to work well for the reason I take it - I'm trying to be proactive about combating the potential expanding waistline. A lot of drugs in that class do that to people and I've been massive before - DO NOT WANT ever again.

      And we sail and we sail and we never see land, just the rum in the bottle and a pipe in my hand...

      by Mortifyd on Sat Apr 06, 2013 at 08:08:42 PM PDT

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