Discussion in 'Prayer requests' started by HeavenlyHosts, Apr 21, 2020.
So cute!!! A happy ending.
Husband is epileptic (mostly controlled).
He needs a medication refill.
There's some confusion between doctors.
Please pray this gets resolved ASAP.
Your husband DS? Praying!
Praying to Our Lady right now. Please let us know.
Thank you all.
There's frustrating "phone tag" going on.
Understandable that there's unusual pressures and demands on medical staff at this time, but like many others he needs medication.
Still no medication refill (husband).
I think I might have a mild (so far) case of the virus. Yesterday usually tired (which is better today); however, today I'm feeling feverish.
Please pray I am healed, if so.
p.s. - I work a lot of hours, and with all other ongoing "stuff"...hopefully it's simply stress.
Take Vitamin D right away. And Zinc
Yes, thank you, and I am feeling better this morning.
Husband still needs a medication refill. He's phoning his pharmacist this morning, to ask for an emergency 7-day supply.
Thank you again.
Pharmacist is giving him a two days' supply, so he has equivalent of four days.
Still need his neurologist to renew the prescription.
Glad we are moving in the right direction
Still no refill on husband's anti-seizure medication.
His last dose will be taken tomorrow (Tuesday).
I've just now tried phoning his neurologists' office myself.
"The wireless customer you called is not available at this time. Please try again later."
They cannot possibly be out to lunch (3:30 p.m. our time).
I heard a "beep" at end of that recorded message. Then "open air." I thought perhaps it's voicemail, so I left a message.
This surely also affects many, many other people besides. That office always very busy the times I've accompanied husband.
Offices here are closed. Don’t know about where you are.
Is there an online patient portal to access?
Not that I'm aware of.
Office was open and people answering phone last week, albeit with no results.
All of a sudden, today, they're "unavailable."
I am praying the Memorare right now and asking St Joseph to assist!
My mother is 80 years old.
On Friday she began feeling short of breath (one of COVID major symptoms).
We (sister and I) aren't going to alarm her of course. I phoned just now, and nonchalantly asked how she's feeling otherwise.
Only short of breath (... so far? Nothing more to come?)
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