Arya had her four month checkup yesterday. She is in the 20th percentile for weight and height and doctor said she is doing great overall and met all of her milestones. They gave her the second set of vaccinations and she was as upset as you would expect. I gave her some Tylenol when we got home and she zonked out and slept and slept and …. slept for fourteen hours straight! I’m still in shock. I checked on her a million times convinced something was wrong but she woke up with a huge, satisfied smile. And she finally noticed one of the cats today:
In an effort to cut costs I have decided to take a leap of faith and order my drugs online from a company in Israel called IVFprescriptions.com. The price difference will be a little over $1600 (seriously). I have researched (aka googled) the hell out of this company to make sure I wasn’t being scammed. Everything I was able to find (not much) was positive.
The sketchiest part of this transaction is that I have to pay $2373 by international wire transfer. So, if this is a scam I’m seriously screwed. I was able to call the 800 number for the office located in New York and I spoke to a very strange fellow who assured me that they do about 100 transactions a day. The thing that made me more confident is that they won’t fill an order without a prescription from a U.S. doctor.
My bank wouldn’t do an international wire transfer, so after some back and forth they agreed to let me pay to a U.S. based bank. I very nervously went to my bank to transfer the funds and immediately emailed the weird customer service guy who seemed baffled my the Monday (Colombus Day) bank holiday.
I was on pins and needles for the next two days but I finally got confirmation that they had received my money and were processing my order. I got a tracking number (with a random message that they also sent me skin products from the dead sea…ummm ok?).
I have been anxiously tracking my drugs ever since. So far they have been to Tel Aviv and Queens, NYC.