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Wink Taking various types of medications with a peg tube

Hi Everyone,

I just got a new post up. It has a short video I shot, and some basic information on converting medications and supplements that are in pill form, to being tube ready.

This post is not long, but, but there is more information on this subject in the "New to the Tube?" section.

I hope this is helpful! xo

Taking pills the easy way | Tube Chic
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