so I just found out that my primary care doc's clinic policy surrounding Sudafed has changed so my doc will no longer prescribe it. I could get it over the counter in almost any other state across the country, but now I'd have to drive at least 2.5 hours in any direction just to get allergy meds. This feels ridiculous!
Right now there are lots of fires, and apparently 4 twelve year olds paying with matches managed to light a stadium on fire. There is so much stupid smoke in the air, and I've only got meds from when I went to Urgent Care from a serious sinus infection (I was sick in bed for 2 solid weeks, so not fun. ...) but my primary can't give me more unless we come in, and she's only willing to prescribe 1 week's worth, when she used to give me a 3 month supply.
My dad is talking about getting relatives to get me some of of state because some people travel a lot.
Ironically, it's legal to buy them out of state and bring them back in, but a policy at Riverstone Clinic is blocking my access locally.
I'm barely able to breathe or sleep as is, and so I'm trying to make my meds last. Gas anyone had success getting treatment for allergies by going to an allergist? My dad suggested trying to get a referall, but that could take months and I just feel like I'm about to cry.
Cry, half due to frustration, and half from allergies. This really sucks. Sorry about the rant.