Sunday, November 9, 2008

Medications

Here's the list:

Fluoxetine (Prozac)--for depression

Lorazapam (Attivan)--for anxiety

Ambien--to go to sleep

Senekot Stool Softeners-- to poop

Lipitor--for cholesterol

Triamterene--for high blood pressure (going off this soon)

Oxaprozin--for osteoarthritis

81 mg Aspirin--so I won't have a stroke

Can you beat that?




10 comments:

Rabbit said...

I can, but I'm not going public with it.

Rachel said...

My mother-in-law told her husband that if he decides to quit his job (that he hates) then she's going to have to let him die because of the amount of perscription drugs he takes and the lack of insurance they would have to pay for them.

Gold-E said...

Come on Auntie, don't be shy about the Enablex your taking for your overactive bladder (I won't poke fun at your maximum protection Depends undies) or Mirapex for your restless leg syndrome.

Louise Plummer said...

Now Gold-e, why would I hold back on Enablex or Mirapex if I used them?

I don't use Depends but I did pee and poop in my car this past year on separate occasions. I'll forego the details.

Anne said...

OH, my goodness! How disturbing can you get? My friends might be looking at your blog, and you just mentioned that you peed and pooped in your car.

Louise Plummer said...

Is it time for me to go to THE HOME, Anne?

lulu said...

I just have to mention that I got a laugh out of these comments alone.
By the way, my mom told me that story. I don't suppose you thought she'd keep it a secret. Don't worry, she also mentioned Toni's as well. (Used a tupperware bowl.)

Louise Plummer said...

Lulu, that was Toni not Tom with the empty tupperware bowl from the aseni di pepi salad.

sammyp said...

It was time for you to go to the home a long time ago.

MOM, IT'S TIME FOR US TO GO NOW, WOULD YOU LIKE US TO SING YOU A SONG BEFORE WE LEAVE? EAT YOUR PEAS MOM, THEY WILL GIVE YOU... FORGET THE PEAS, HERE IS YOUR OXYGEN.

Louise Plummer said...

Oh Lulu, you SAID Toni. I read it as Tom. I really do need the home.

Sam, you've always been such a good son. Yes, the oxygen sounds good.