Los Pinos Clinic
I am not afraid of needles but siting here knowing I am about to get one is still giving me a few butterflies.
I was hoping this would be a quick visit to the doctor and could go back home and get on with my day, but when we got to Los Pinos there were people already a few people in line. We ran into Bonnie in the waiting room, she was just leaving. I told Paul he did not have to wait and I would just come home when I was done.
I was reading Popular Science to take my mind off waiting and my impending needle and I saw something that was worth mentioning. It was in the in the 5 minute project section that one of the readers had sent in titled – “A musical stash for your cash”
1. Remove the electronic noisemaker from your musical greeting card.
2. Attach to the inside of an Altoids tin so that it goes off when the lid is opened.
3. Listen for thieves.
I thought that was a pretty funny idea to serenade your thieves while they are making off with your loot.
Doctor Teresa said I bordering on pneumonia and I need to come back for 2 more shots over the next 2 days drink lots of water and get lots of rest. She also prescribed me some cough syrup and ibuprofen.
p.s. the shot was painless and was over before it had begun.
In case you find yourself going to a doctor in San Pedro and are wondering about the cost here is a price break down in Belize dollars.
Shot in the butt $25
Tuscosed Linctus decongestant cough syrup $20
Ibuprofen 400 mg 10 for $10
Total cost of my visit $105
Walking to Los Pinos