I am lucky enough to travel all over the world and consider myself well-organised and usually take everything (and more!) that I will need whilst away. However, on a recent trip to Ottawa, Canada I woke up with cystitis and popped along to a chemist for the sulphate sachets that I normally buy over the counter in Tescos. I was shocked to find that not only are they not available in Canada but that the only alternative treatment was to visit a doctor for a antibiotic prescription that cost me £75.00! I suppose the moral here is not to assume that something you buy over the counter at home will necessarily be available abroad, even somewhere with an excellent healthcare system like Canada. Take it with you!
BUT ... even the best laid plans go astray .... the Immodium Plus that I bought were absolutely USELESS against my TD in Morocco and whilst I am glad I did try to sort this out in advance, I was sadly underwhelmed by the lack of positive action by the said product!!
it's Imigran 20mg nasal spray. The only thing thats ever touched my migraines. Works a treat . Fortunately I dont get them often.
Is that what your son uses? Does it help?
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