Oh NO! Glad you were out and about, but this is terrible! You have good medicine? Gina
G! Yes, luckily I was able to get my hands on Technu--the best stuff ever invented to treat poison ivy--and it should be gone soon. :-)
We shouldnt think this is funny right? I am trying to not think this is funny? Please dont name her Ivy. I once sat in it and it was in a much worse place, trust me.Sending you lots of oatmeal baths...
Congrats, on your being pregnant! I'm itching to ask is this your first? (Sorry about that, i could't help it.) Please take care of the Ivy. Sending you loads of Celestoderm - works for me.
That is strangely, symbolically evocative. Like something out of a Nathaniel Hawthorne story. Were you gardening gloveless, then feeling the little one kick?
Suzanne: I hear Zanfel is safe in pregnancy, if your rash is severe and not going away with the Technu.--Peter
T, it is pretty funny, but I feel a lot better now that I know there are much worse places to catch poison ivy. *lol*Nick,Thanks for the congrats! This is definitely the first time I've had poison ivy while expecting, and it's definitely my first girl, but it's actually my last--I have two wonderful sons. :-)Stuart,I was probably wearing the gloves (for once!) and then feeling her move--thank goodness it's not on my hands. Otherwise it would be all over Jack, too. Now that would be a nightmare.Hey thanks, Doc! That's good to know. :-)
Nothing to do with me... ;-)I hope the rash disappears pronto!
*lol* Thanks, Ivy!
Ivy...ummm oh foot in my mouth. I love your name I am just rather fond of violet.
oh Suzanne, sorry to hear it.By the way, get out your insurance card, Peter will be mailing you a bill shortly. ;-)
yikes. ouch. sorry!
Thanks, Ladies. I'm happy to report that conditions are rapidly improving due to my zealous applications of the magic potions. :-)
Gee, Theresa, where would that be?
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