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originally posted by: SeaWorthy
a reply to: Antipathy17
I am wondering if your sister concerned also?
I would think that you could do nothing unless she is concerned herself, she is an adult.
Maybe she had symptoms as per hear first and the woman gave her
Nitroglycerin sublingual tablet is available as both a generic and brand-name drug. Brand name: Nitrostat.
A sublingual tablet is a tablet that you dissolve under your tongue or inside your cheek. Nitroglycerin is also available as a spray, aerosol solution, extended-release oral capsule, transdermal patch, and ointment. It also comes in a form that is injected into a vein that is only given by a healthcare provider.
Nitroglycerin is used to stop or prevent angina (chest pain)
You know there are places online that you can look at to match any pill any tablet or capsule has numbers or names on them and the color also shows what they are.
originally posted by: Antipathy17
a reply to: Tophat21
SO they can do what? Nothing? Get her kicked out of the place for possibilities? The hospitals have even turned her away. She's had a toxcicity test done but nothing has come up. She needs a deep look and without insurance the hospital isn't required.