She'll can you find some kind of purse with those little elastic straps in it that hold pens or whatever,maybe Velcro on a little bag of some kind? I would at very least put it in a zip lock to prevent it gettiing on anything.
It could get on a piece of candy,gum,etc and without even thinking about it someone even you could get xtra oxy. I would be concerned my granddaughter could be the one to get a piece of candy outta my purse and it have oxy on it
I typically keep it in a labeled pill vial that I ask the pharmacy for, or a plastic bag with the folded carton, but I was taking the entire box with to refill that day and hadnt transferred it back yet. I always take the box, along with the script
so they order the correct item, they have ordered the wrong thing in the past. I find I have the best luck keeping it in my lunch bag which has ridged sides/ pockets and wont fall over, since I dont have a locked drawer at school though I need to keep it with me at all times or take it out to the car. Not sure what the best way to keep it stored is, no matter what is is in, baggy or vial it gets all over everything if it isnt kept completely upright. You are right, if I kept anything like that in my purse it could possibly get on something. I feel like writing to the manufacture and complaining,why wouldnt a bottle containing liquids seal properly to prevent leaks, lol.
I have let my 4 1/2 year old grandson believe that the measuring syringe (no needle attached) that comes with the oxy is a shot that goes in the mouth. He of course doesnt like shots in general and never has gone near to a syringe. When I rinse them I put them in the dish drainer to dry. When he sees me use them he asks me if it hurts and I pretend it does. Not sure if its the right thing to do or not. He also watches me do my Relistor injections, and always gives me a hug afterwards. Living with young children I am never sure how much to tell them or let them see. Of course everything, except what I take to work, is locked in a fireproof safe in my bedroom and I just
open it to get each dose out. What do others let on to the young children?