I spent a lot of time on those two days making sure that my medicines where in the system correctly and that the pharmacy wasn't giving me things that I was allergic to. This turned out to be quite a process. I was told to bring the meds I take at home with me as this reduces costs for us and then I know I'm not allergic to them. I'm not sure why but some of them were entered into the system incorrectly and I really had to watch to make sure that I was getting the right dose at the right time, not the easiest process with the chemo fog I might add. Then I find out that the meds aren't being checked before they are given to me to make sure I'm not actually allergic to them. Um kinda a big deal. It is straightened out now but it is a little scary how that all was allowed to happen.
Dealing with the silly medicine issues were more difficult than the chemo, glad it got straightened out.
|Battling the PICC line...it's just a flesh wound|