Hi. I'm Zenobia. I come from the United States of America, land of convenience. I just moved to Buenos Aires and have a lot of questions. For instance, I bought an Argentina phone at the Personal store on Santa Fe. I do not remember how I got to the store. I also don't know the store hours. I have a pay-as-you-go phone where you put more money on your phone by buying a card with a certain amount of money on it (I started with just 20 pesos). I was charged for my numerous failed calls to everyone for the first two weeks I was here and now have only 60-some centavos left, not enough to ask a real person where I can buy a Personal card. They told me when I bought the phone that I have to buy them at the drugstore. I went to two drugstores today and did not find any Personal cards. Does anybody know if they actually sell Personal cards at the Personal store, or was this particular store sold out of them when I bought my cheap Nokia? If so, which stores actually sell them and can I walk to a store in Recoleta to buy one? Also, I think I have a kidney infection and do not know where to go to the doctor's. I had so many problems printing the unusually-sized insurance forms I was sent through email that I could not complete the last step of having health insurance in Argentina before I got here. Is there some way to find out whether or not you have a kidney infection, kidney stone, kidney cancer, or renal failure that is affordable for a recent college grad with no job and a life's savings dependent on a volatile and rapidly declining stock market?