Thanks Anon, That dose work. But you know the paper work that comes with you're meds. When I would tear up the papers. They would be so drunk or high or what & show up with a bunch of torn papers demanding meds. I'd have to pick up & show them that I was calling the police. I am so glad the neighbors are screened now. It makes me :,GratefulView Thread
Hi Sooarsoul1973. I've been taking meds since childhood, I'm in my 50's now. What sucks is when you have drug addicts go through your trash to see if you take anything and what I don't own a paper shedder. They tear up too fast. I just gave up. I used to be able to time it 3am a knock at the door wanting to know if I had any pain meds. The gall I thought. I would tell them the next day how foolish it is to do that. My meds would be poison to them and I need what I had and they are breaking the law. If everyone had to take meds since childhood you would pray every day for relief. So I know how much this sucks! I agree.View Thread
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