Thanks Magsjeanea, that was very helpful. Yea, I thought it was strange too but, she is new to the pharmacy and my main lady was not there and this one was by herself. She said someone would be there tommorrow. Thanks again, LitaView Thread
Thank You! I see this was written about a year ago so, I read a little about you on your profile page, discussions and replys from you. You seem to have a lot of knoledge in pain management so I was wondering if you can take a look at my discussion and tell me what you think?? Anyways this discussion and the article was very good for my soul today, as I am in alot of pain, bipolar and confussed. The pain management dr's and others seem to be as confussed as I am. Thanks for the uplift View Thread
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