This conundrum is making me batty.....does anyone have a reliable way of knowing when the bloomin inhaler is nearly empty?......without tallying every time you use it??
And why, does anyone know, does clenil sometimes come with a counter and sometimes not......and ventolin never does?????😩
At the moment, I'm stuck with a clenil with no counter🤷♀️🤷♀️ so I've had to work it out and put the date in my calendar when I should start a new one.....and I'm physically writing a tally on the ventolin box......because I suspect, when I was feeling really rough a few days ago, it was because the blessed thing was empty......and being the fluffle headed dunce that I was....it took me three days to work it out!🤦♀️🤦♀️.........I've decided having asthma is far too time consuming, I'd like a restart please!🤣🤣🤣🤣