About an hour after that, Andrew got called back to the medical triage room, then got sent on back to an exam room. The doctor asked a lot of questions, read over his report from the emergency room Labor Day afternoon. She noticed Andrew sounded a bit "stuffy", and sent him for an x-ray of his sinuses. After reading the x-ray, she determined he had a nasty sinus infection. She wrote him prescriptions for antibiotics ("horse pill" sized) and decongestant pills, along with two more Albuterol inhalers (one for home, one to keep at the school's nurses office in case of emergency) and a note about the directions for the school nurse. The doctor also told Andrew to lay off caffiene and chocolate, since the Albuterol itself would make him "overly hyper" (something I haven't heard from any other doctor yet). He has another follow-up appointment on the 25th of this month.
After leaving Conway, we went to the only place I knew of right off where I could get his eye glass prescription filled using Medicaid, "Dillingham Optical Dispensary" in Monroe. Scott (who I know from working with at Burger King ages ago, and was last seen by me at "Haik Humble" in West Monroe, where my mom gets her eye work done) got him fixed up with a pair of glasses, and said they should be ready to pick up either tomorrow or Wednesday.
Then, we went by Walgreens and got his medical prescriptions, by the time we got home, it was around 3:05pm.
Oh, by the way... I know 9/11 was a tragic event, but DAMMIT, stop with all this retrospective coverage already! I can't turn my head without seeing something on nearly every TV channel and website about it... give it a rest already! This is overkill! Arrgghhh...