Urgent Care Waiting Room by skipt07

Urgent Care Waiting Room

And it all started here. Well sort of. My poor wife got an infection and was told to put Neosporin on it. A few days later it seemed to be spreading so I brought her here where she was prescribed a very strong antibiotic. The pharmacy was closed until Monday which gave her time to read up about it. She was a little afraid when she saw that it was on the FDA's Black box. She called her doctor again on Monday and was prescribed something less potent. The problem was that the antibiotic that would work best for the infection she couldn't take because of an allergic reaction she had another time.

This is our reflections in the window. She being the patient had to wear a mask. But it didn't end here.
Hope all is well by now ! Such a solitary looking place !
March 16th, 2020  
Oh no- I don't like that last line! I can't imagine how stressful it must be to be a patient at this time- not only do you wonder what's wrong with you, you have to worry about what you might come in contact with when you go for help. Praying your wife is feeling better by now.
March 16th, 2020  
Trust she will be okay
March 16th, 2020  
Sounds like a nightmare -- all the best!
March 16th, 2020  
Hope the treatment is working, but the image is really interesting, love the texture, old appeal, and the reflections are telling a story.
nice image!!
March 16th, 2020  
Oh Skip, bless her, I do hope she improves speedily on that antibiotic, potent though it may be. I have had to take some crazy strong things before because I am allergic to a lot of antibiotics, but they have done the job. Wishing her well with all my heart.
March 16th, 2020  
heal up fast!
March 16th, 2020  
@casablanca @koalagardens - Thank you both so much. She is seeing a decrease in the hives from the reaction to the antibiotic.
March 16th, 2020  
@olivetreeann @bkbinthecity @taffy @ianjb21- So far so good. At this point, we are safely past the incubation period. Two nights later, I passed out and my wife had to call an ambulance for me. I got to spend the day in the hospital for observation. I guess they didn't like what they observed because they kicked me out the following day. The doctor told us it was due to a combination of things that created the "perfect storm." I think it was mostly due to dehydration. I got sore ribs and a very banged up right arm.
March 16th, 2020  
@skipt07 Oh my- when it rains, it pours! Praying you'll both be back to full health in no time!
March 17th, 2020  
@skipt07 Oh my, you don't do things by halves, do you! Glad you got away with so relatively little damage. Hope you both heal up well now and sending you lots of love from my corner of England today. God bless you both!
March 17th, 2020  
@casablanca - Why thank you very much for your kind words! They are much appreciated from my corner of the original colonies! ☺️
March 17th, 2020  
@olivetreeann - ❤️
March 17th, 2020  
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