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Re: [IPk] sticky stuff





Diana Maynard wrote:

> Aha.
> My question a while ago was about Mefix. I have tried it and found it
> brilliant. However, I didn't know how to get hold of it. I had some
> left over from my physio, who used it to tape my knees up, but I
> didn't know how to get hold of any more.
>
> Do you get it through the pharmacist?
> Di

Yes, I just bought it at Boots.  They had to order it for me but it came the next day.
It isn't very dear either, 3 quidish and you get 10 metres on the roll.  Good luckMoira

>
>
> >
> > I seemed to have missed out on any conversation about sticky stuff !  Was this
> > recent ?  I have had terrible trouble with sticky stuff. I was allergic to the
> > Tegaderm.  Transpore left me with red welts and micropore just fell off. I have
> > now gone onto Mefix which is lovely !  It covers the whole set and holds it
> > firmly. It is very flexible and sticks really really well. It can be difficult to
> > get off but it is worth it for the piece of mind it gives me. Try it , you'll
> > like it !Moira
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