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    Default Re: Lockdown? Yeah nah ...

    Quote Originally Posted by beetle View Post
    I am calm, My family is an at risk family.
    5 out of 6 asthmatics, 4 out of 6 heart conditions, 1 out of 6 kidney problems.

    The asthmatics are the worry, not so much the others.

    HUsband has COPD and artery disease and is thin and frail now.
    Despite being way younger than my mum..........

    I rang doc yesterday as that night he couldn't breathe, had to get him sitting upright, sounded like death.

    They gave him prednisone for 3 days and a spacer for his regular inhaler.....apparently it's more effective.
    In fact she shot round and dropped it - the actual stuff, not just a script - in the letterbox 20 mins after the call.
    Wow, best docs we've had. (new docs, haven't yet met them)

    Anyway he is much improved, although the prednisone cranked his sugar levels up to insane.

    But he's taking 4 x the insulin to compensate.

    And we're not panicking about the silly virus.
    Ex-pctek

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    Default Re: Lockdown? Yeah nah ...

    Quote Originally Posted by piroska View Post
    The asthmatics are the worry, not so much the others.

    HUsband has COPD and artery disease and is thin and frail now.
    Despite being way younger than my mum..........

    I rang doc yesterday as that night he couldn't breathe, had to get him sitting upright, sounded like death.

    They gave him prednisone for 3 days and a spacer for his regular inhaler.....apparently it's more effective.
    In fact she shot round and dropped it - the actual stuff, not just a script - in the letterbox 20 mins after the call.
    Wow, best docs we've had. (new docs, haven't yet met them)

    Anyway he is much improved, although the prednisone cranked his sugar levels up to insane.

    But he's taking 4 x the insulin to compensate.

    And we're not panicking about the silly virus.

    Yes, checked meds and we have plenty of stuff on hand, so need to visit drs.
    Not panicking. in regards to the asthmatics....... My daughter would be the only one standing if it only effects the asthmatics in our family, She would lose 3 kids, her brother and me if it goes haywire in NZ.
    So yes mildly concerned about that, but not dwelling on it and keeping our bubble safe is priority and healthy while in the bubble is my job.
    Not planning on it taking any of us, but theres idiots out there risking and doing dumb stuff that takes it out of the publics hands in regards to ignoring lockdown.

    Keep safe and well peeps.
    Im not trying to be difficult it just comes naturally.

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    Default Re: Lockdown? Yeah nah ...

    So none of them go out, you go shopping instead.
    Wash your hands. With soap.

    GD used to always have colds and stuff and when she came to stay, I only ever caught it if cuddling her and playing cards and stuff.

    On the times she was out with dad mostly I never did.
    But we were always a soap household - bar soap, and I used to get her to too, which was easy cause she liked to play in the sinks....

    So keep that up and you'll be fine.
    Ex-pctek

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