|By Josie on Sunday, January 21, 2001 - 6:47 pm:|
I've had severe sinus congestion for two plus weeks now, with no sign of improvement (I think I live on Sudafed). My doctor said that if I'm still having trouble when I leave for Bonaire in two weeks, I should get "ear planes". First I've heard of them. Anyone have any info/experience with this product? Right now, the thought of being in a plane makes me squirm.
|By Jan Klos on Sunday, January 21, 2001 - 7:12 pm:|
They sell them at the airports and at drug stores CVS, Osco, Walgreens etc. I beleive that they are ear plugs. Spoke to a group of women who I saw with them at Green Airport in Providence. They said they wouldn't fly without them. Once they started using them they had no more discomfort wiht their ears. My husband and I will be leaving in 2 weeks as well. You shouldn't have any trouble finding them
|By Josie on Sunday, January 21, 2001 - 10:57 pm:|
Thanks, Jan, I'll go looking for them soon. Maybe we'll see you at the webcam!? We're going to try to make it. (Although my husband doesn't yet know how addicted I've become to this group and the webcam!)
|By Kerri Freeman on Monday, January 22, 2001 - 2:38 am:|
I'll get some too. Tired of chewing gum and yawning my way through flights. As for your husband, Josie, as an addiction, these boards are not illegal, immoral or fattening as the saying goes.Although I can almost taste the Keshi Yena. Did I spell that right? Too busy drooling I expect.You did read the letter from Rendez Vous, oui?
|By Josie on Monday, January 22, 2001 - 8:41 pm:|
What's Keshi Yena?
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