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    My type 1 son is considering going off of his Medtronic pump and changing to Afrezza, the inhaled insulin. Has anyone tried afrezza before? Thoughts?

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    So you are asking medical advice on a Merchant seaman's site ? Hmmm!!!!
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    The site is geared for all kinds of Topics Trevor!
    This has been posted in the Health Sections General Interest which is all OK.
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    Trevor, as we all well know all seamen know about medicines.
    Penicillin was one of the most well known along with Blue Unction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doc vernon View Post
    the site is geared for all kinds of topics trevor!
    This has been posted in the health sections general interest which is all ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carly James View Post
    My type 1 son is considering going off of his Medtronic pump and changing to Afrezza, the inhaled insulin. Has anyone tried afrezza before? Thoughts?
    'Thoughts'........Yip sure do! I find it incredulous that the very FIRST post from a 36yr old mother would be to approach a British Merchant Navy site re medication which has not yet been approved for a child under 18 either here in the UK or Europe! Responsible parents would first approach their GP no? Reading the link provided kindly by Vernon looks like you'll need to move to Australia/NZ pet.....
    Last edited by Marian Gray; 5th August 2023 at 02:09 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Apart from over the counter medicines, medicines are issued by medical practioners on an individual's circumstances, these include age, weight, height, BMI, and previous and existing medical conditions. It is highly irresponsible to seek medical advice from those not qualified to give it. Approaching a pharmacist may be an appropriate port of call if you are not satisfied with what your medical practioner has prescribed. He would then discuss your fears and discuss alternatives that you could relay to your medical practioner. To follow any other course is in MHO highly irresponsible and may cause the patient untold harm.

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    hi john #5
    good evening, blue unction was the cure for all that bit and scratched like crabs and lice and is highly recommended by cappy for curing his monkey pox,
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas michael View Post
    hi john #5
    good evening, blue unction was the cure for all that bit and scratched like crabs and lice and is highly recommended by cappy for curing his monkey pox,
    tom
    Cappy been up to shields today ......freezin cold never stopped raining ...got cod haddock and crabs from latimers fish emporium ......sorry to hear toms monkey disease is not getting any better ......but liverpool has a very well known.....tropical disease center .......best he gets rid of that monkey or uses the banana method ie inserting in lower orifice IE HIS NOT THE POOR MONKEYS ....R683532 CAPPY

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