By RON DICKSONAssociated PressUpdated March 11, 2018 11:13:17I am a mother of a 5-year-old son.
He has a history of asthma and has been on medications for a long time.
But he has not suffered any side effects.
He was diagnosed with acute bronchitis in January of this year.
The diagnosis was confirmed in October, and I went into shock.
I called my husband and told him I needed to get the doctor to have a doctor’s appointment to get my son off the medication.
He called my son and told me that it was the best decision I had ever made.
I don’t have the means to pay for the doctor’s visit.
He said that I should do it myself and that I would be getting a refund from my insurance company.
I thought that was the end of the story.
I went back to my doctor.
He told me he didn’t think that the prescription medication was working and suggested I take the inhaler.
My son and I took him to a nearby hospital for treatment.
He was put on an IV and he had to be given the inhalers.
I have to admit that I was shocked.
I wanted to know what was going on.
I told him that I had been on this medication for a while and that it seemed to work.
He didn’t believe me.
I thought I was being crazy.
I just didn’t know if the prescription was working or not.
I was not convinced.
I did some research and found that the only thing that was preventing my son from developing severe asthma was the Blue Light Blue Glasses that he got as a gift from his father.
I sent my son an email telling him that he would have to buy the glasses.
I even sent an email to my insurance provider, asking for a refund.
I also sent an angry email to Apple Inc. asking why they were selling such a horrible product.
My son has asthma, and he is on the prescription for an inhaler that is supposed to be used to help him breathe.
It is not working.
I am a parent, and the only way that I can make up for what I have lost is to go to court to get a refund for my son’s asthma treatment.
I want him to have the treatment that he deserves.
My husband and I are both parents.
I do not want to have to pay the bills for our son’s treatment, so I am asking Apple to provide a refund to my son.
I cannot afford to go through that again.
I am also concerned that this product is not as good as it should be.
I don’t think my son will benefit from this prescription medication.
I would not recommend this product to anyone.
The only reason that my son got it was because his father gave it to him.
I’m sure that he has other options, but this was not one of them.