I'm wondering if I'll be able to pick my meds up at Wags? Because I work for Walgreens and have United health care, and we can't go to any other pharmacy other than wags. I'm already in fear of the process of getting my Lupron. uggh.View Thread
Its been a while since I've checked in. Since my ectopic surgery, I just havent felt that great. Hormones gone crazy, pain every where. I've got diagnosed with fibromyalgia now. Waiting for insurance to prior auth somemeds. uggh. hope everyones doing well.View Thread
sorry about my abscence alot has been going on here too. i had emergency surgery friday for an ectopic pregnancy in my right fallopian tube. I barely even knew I was pregnant. But life is okay. it wasnt meant to be. I'm recovering well. hope all is well with everyone.View Thread
hey girls. quiet around these parts lately!!! Last night sucked, I was up all night with nausea. Never vomited, but sure was nauseated the whole not and phenegran didn't help
I'm 9 days out from surgery. I think. No, 8! lol.I'm so ready for it to come and to be over with.
Speaking of surgery, I wanna ask you girls for an opinion. I've been on Vicodin 5/500 pretty much daily for the past 2 months... usually 2-3 tabs a day. Is it a valid question to ask whether that will be strong enough post surgery or would i need something a tad hire? I don't want to sound like a druggie, i'm just wondering because I've been on it for a while if it will decrease in power...
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