Well Done, But Not Crispy

I decided it would be smart to go see the doctor about my sunburn. While it is better than it was, I knew that it still needed some more attention. I went to Dra. Keyla Miranda de Arias. This is the second time I have seen her and I have a lot of confidence in her.

She confirmed that I had a second degree burn and said that if I had not put sunscreen on my arms and face and neck, I would be in the hospital. I now have filled three new prescriptions for about $38 and in another week I should be fine.

Remember, if you go see Dra. Keyla Miranda de Arias, tell her you heard about her on Chiriquí Chatter.

4 thoughts on “Well Done, But Not Crispy

  1. panama is home to one of health care’s greats, an internationally known compounding pharmacist, who has the greatest sunburn cure. it really IS a cure. i had a 2nd degree burn a number of years ago and within an hour of application, the medication, tailored to my specific needs and ordered by my MD, had not only taken the red out, but the pain, too.

    too bad this genius is not working as a regular pharmacist or compounder here–and there are no compounders in panama. wish there was an interest in doctors and pharmacists learning the art and setting up a site for this specialised and wonderful healers

    i can’t say enough good things about these geniuses with great hearts. most docs haven’t a clue as to what a compounder is and/or does. too sad because their work in natural hormone replacement therapy, pet and animal compounding, terminal care, pain control, and for making stuff that does not exist is soo totally amazing… the list goes on and on as to what these folks can do

    if this piques anyone’s interests and if there’s a group interested in having compounding taught here, i’ll pass on the info to my compounder and the compounding community…

  2. Don,

    I have been following your site for about a year now and find it very interesting as my wife was born and raised in David and lived there for her first 40 some years. She now lives here in Dallas, but we are planning to retire to the David area in the next 6 to 10 years.

    Dr. Keyla Miranda de Arias is my wife’s first cousin and we visited with her and her family when we were there the last two weeks of July 2008. She is a very nice and helpful lady. This was my second trip to Panama, spending almost all the time in the area around David.

    We are wanting to buy a lot, about 1,000 meters somewhere near David on which we can build in the future. My wife being Panamanian does not want to pay some of the high prices being quoted, hoping to find something in the $5 to $10 per meter range. If you hear of anything let me know.


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