@bosa: Going by your example of insulin, You are right. Also, the outcome of the pens are more predictable.
Yes, you can say fancier way of getting the drugs into the system through the abdomen. @nicole: It will be nice if the clinic will allow the patient get the injectibles else where but I doubt it and if so, it will be almost the same price if not same except if someone has left overs and she is willing to give it out.
We’ve been hearing about this Grabbo clinic. The way the promo even sounds is fishy. I wonder why people prey on women at such a time in their lives. It’s downright cruel. So many will be lured by that low price, but it’s still a lot of money to throw away!!!
Pear, I saw your tweet yesterday morning and I just shook my head at the number of women, who would fall victim to the scam of a clinic. Even the names says it all. Grabbo. That’s the second time, I’m hearing about the clinic and the first time, it was not a palatable experience for the lady, who had fallen into their hands.
Looks like Abuja is the hotbed of halfbacked maternity centers boosting fertility prowess.
Like Nicole said, even though, it’s promo price, it’s still a lot of money to throw away, especially now. We have written about it, but cannot force people to read or @hearword!