March 10, 2007

in response:

"Sending you get well wishes and hoping you'll feel better soon."

Dear MinuteClinic Practitioner:

Thank you for remembering me in my time of need. Out of all the nurses and doctors I've ever visited before, you're the only one who has sent me a get well card! I understand you probably don't have cards that say, "hope the Hepatitus-B vaccine works out for you!", or "wishing your left arm minimal pain and localized redness". Speaking of which, I took your advice on moving my arm around after receiving the shot. I walked around Walgreens for about 5 minutes doing the chicken dance up and down the aisles. It worked! I did not experience any pain, redness, or swelling where the vaccine was administered! I did notice the next day, however, a blue rash-like pattern. But it went away. One question, is green pooh a normal occurance after these kinds of vaccines? Don't worry, that went away too.

Wishing you many happy patients and speedy claims processing all your MinuteClinic days, (and sending you ALL more than you needed to know,)



At 10:45 AM, Blogger John H said...

I"m not a health professional but I do work for the health department, so I can give you these words of advice:

When you go to a 'doc in a box', green poo is often the least of your worries.

On the other hand, you can never see too much chicken dancing at Walgreens. Sorry I missed it..

At 10:56 AM, Blogger Brian Nicklaus said...

my daughter has been eating crayons lately....if you want to talk about multi-colored poo.


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