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Re: Another OT


Kitty,
If you can possibly give me the names of the medication, I will research and let you know what each is for. (Will even consult, DH, the allergist, for you.) While I can't put myself into the mind of your doc, or see what he saw on exam, I can tell you what the medications are and what they are normally used for.
Cathy
From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
Of course I can't read the writing, but from what I can recall, one
is an
inhaler, one is for eye drops (the antibiotic somehow goes from
your eyes
down into your sinuses).  another is a cough syrup, then the chest
x-ray,
another for allegra. That leaves two I'm not sure about.
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