IIRC....I didn't like the way your allergist originally handled the situation. Can you email me? firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, you should
have a letter of medical necessity to carry not only the epi but the benadryl as well (it should be liquid). We have FREQUENT requests for this!
If you're in between practitioners, you absolutely COULD get it from your family doctor. WE have this happen as well where the pt. hasn't been seen and wants forms/letters filled out. They end up going to their primary physician (pediatrician/internist etc.).
I'm sorry you had issues, but hope that things work out better with the new allergist. Having btdt (with the Rheumy) I KNOW it was for the best, even though at the time it felt HORRIBLE!
Hugs to you! How's ANNA?!?!?! I hope Abby has a GREAT time
I hope J. is doing well too!