Meds, meds, meds!

Well, today I got my meds delivered to me by the pharmacy.

I whats Apped my prescription over to my GP yesterday, but I was sure that it wouldn’t be filled until the end of the week, so when the delivery driver pulled up today with not just my regular weeks worth of meds, but with my Trevicta shot for tomorrow, and my Trulicity 4 weeks worth of it, and a box of test strips for my glucose monitor, I was thrilled.

I do owe money now though, but there is no rush to pay it. I mean I will pay on Friday, but the pharmacy knows I always pay, so they don’t hound me for the payment.

I’m very glad the Trevicta shot came in my meds as I have to go tomorrow to get that. I feel as if I need it, I am feeling symptomatic. I always do at the end of the 10 weeks, just before I am due to get the shot.

I am happy that the regular nurse who always gives me the shot is back at work. Last time I had to get it there were about 5 people in the room all gaping and gawking at me and it was unnerving to say the least.

I tested my blood sugar just now, it’s a little on the high side, at 200, and I haven’t eaten anything since this afternoon.

Ok, off to read my book, for a bit.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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