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It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! My Cart. Welcome to NaturallyCurly! Log in to confirm your registration. Remember Me. Like what you see? November in Non-hair discussion. I tried doing a search to figure out what it is, but I've fucking had with my in-laws. Each and every time they come to stay with us, they always leave behind a pill. One time my MIL left a Zyprexa in the family room. The next time she came to visit, she left behind a water pill that's used for high blood pressure hydrochlorothiazide, I think it was called.

She's bipolar and on a lot of different meds. She has felt awful about it whenever it happened and agreed to take her pills in the kitchen for future visits. My SIL also offered to help her mom keep track.

Problem is, she's bipolar too and on a bunch of meds. Anyway, my husband found a baby aspirin two days ago. It turned out to be my SIL's. She apologized profusely and swore she'd be more careful. They left this morning. Guess what I found in the playroom, where my SIL was sleeping?

A white pill. I have no idea what it is but I feel sick to my stomach. I just don't think it's safe for them to come and stay with us anymore. And it breaks my heart because my children always look forward to having their nana and auntie visit. I'm just venting. I don't think there's a solution here that doesn't involve asking them to stay at a hotel. And if you knew my MIL, you'd know that would be like telling her she cannot come visit. November Excedrin, maybe? Man, that must be really nerve-wracking and scary that people leave pills behind!

Healing Women - Please help. That would upset me too, medussa. Maybe you can talk to her again? Something like, "I already spoke to you about this and it happened again. It's dangerous to leave pills around small children and I really need you to make sure it doesn't happen again.

Good White pill with an e. I know what you mean about difficult in-laws. Poodlehead Registered Users Posts: 6, Is it this one? That's a White pill with an e good website. And the pills laying around freaks me out. Especially with little ones running around.

It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Any s on it? WileECoyote - Daddy's grl wrote:. If possible, get an individual pill dispenser and just for the time she's there, have one pill in each slot for however many pills she has to take. If necessary, you or your White pill with an e can set it up for her as the first thing one of you does when she arrives.

I just don't see how they keep winding up all over the place unless she's bringing the entire bottle and dropping some here and there as she tries to get the one out. And like iris said, have a talk with her one last time. I'd hate to see your relatives banned from the house. Tell them you found another pill and that you need to come up with a different system of taking pills because obviously it's not working. Maybe they can leave all the pills in your room and when they take them you must be present. Remind your children that it is dangerous and if they find anything that looks like a pill they should come get you immediately and not even touch it.

I hope you can work it out. You don't have to blow out my flame to make yours burn brighter. When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours. CurlyinColorado Registered Users Posts: 3, So sorry this is happening, repeatedly! I would agree with one of the suggestions above, perhaps a dayday pill case for each day they are there, then the removal of the whole container if that's what they're bringing with them on visits.

Perhaps, too, you could ask them to bring their pills into the kitchen, so at least you can keep them consolidated and monitored in one room instead of finding them hither and yon. My mom takes several pills as well, they are all in the bathroom and only once in the last 6 years have I found a pill, actually, my dog found it and not the baby girl.

Ack, I wish there was something I could say to make it better! Meghuney Registered Users Posts: 4, I second the idea of pills in the kitchen up high or something where only she or you or another adult can get them.

Every morning or before bed, just ask her to take the pills there in the kitchen. Come to think of it, none of these pills would taste very good, so I'm pretty certain my 3 year-old would spit it out. I tried giving her grape flavored Claritin this afternoon and she threw up immediately. I will have a talk with her about "yucky things that look like candy White pill with an e are not. Ironically, my MIL didn't lose any pills White pill with an e time. It was my 45 year-old SIL. You'd think she would have been extra careful after we found her baby aspirin on Saturday.

Damn how scary! I wouldn't have them over for awhile. It sounds to me like they have already been made aware of this issue, and since they are still being careless I wouldn't have them over for awhile until you are sure they have made real changes. How scary for you! I keep my pills on the top shelf of a cabinet in the kitchen. I do use a weekly pill sorter what? I'm old! God doesn't give special kids to special parents. He takes ordinary, imperfect people, and gifts them with his greatest treasures. And therein, he creates special parents.

My mom a young and energetic 51 uses one because she has a TON of pills to take - supplements and hormones and what-not. My dad a spritely 53 year old also uses one because he has lots of pills to take too - but he travels a lot and you have to have the original bottle, so he doesn't use it as often. Location: Napa, CA. I can't recall why she won't use a pill sorter.

I suggested it. I'd try to talk to them again. Thanks WileE. I tried entering the description, but I didn't get that pill as a possibility. How did you do the search?

White pill with an e

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