Sorry For My Absence
May 9, 2008 9:34pm CST
on the most part for the last 2 days. I am not feeling that well again. Now this cold has settled in my Chest and I have Bronchitis, and feel horrible. I had to call in Sick again today, and I went to the Doctor and was given Arithomiacin for this, so I should start feeling better in a couple of days I would hope. This has been a horrible 2 and a half weeks for me. At least I did make it to work 3 times this week. So if you do not see much of me in the next day or two, or so, you know I am in bed sleeping. This is playing havoc as it hurts when I cough, and I just feel horrible. I am truly ready for a new body. ~~TINA~~
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15 May 08
Sorry you haven't been feeling well. I'm sure everyone who is your friend may have been worried. I'm away for great periods of time myself, generally because I get bored of mylot, but I always come back to do some more posting. Hope you are feeling better now!
14 May 08
Hi KrauseHome, I've just had some fun posting to similar threads to this one - on te subject of bronchitis and asthma, etc. There's a really easy way to help things if you're willing to give it a try - and it doesn't cost the earth or fill you full of pharmaceutical junk... Coffee, my dear. Strong, hot, freshly brewed coffee. It has the effect of opening up and helping to clean out all those stuffy bronchial tubes. Use the aromatic varieties of coffee if you like - they're a delight in their own right, a real indulgence to be had! But the assistance they impart to a person's lungs is the greater benefit, if one's lungs are feeling down. I know it sounds fanciful, but that's only because someone forgot to tell the doctors (like so much other stuff the doctors never learned - mainly because there's no juicy profits in it for them). Even if it doesn't help, at least you'll be alert =) But try it and see for yourself - there's no better way to skn a cat than to just go ahead and skin the cat (apologies to cats and their associates).
10 May 08
I did think that this would end up going onto your chest at some point, usually with a lingering cold this is what happens. My Mum has to be really careful when she gets a cold as it happens to her and she always ends up with a really bad chest, and as she is asthmatic it can make her really ill. I hope that you get better soon, I can imagine you are feeling really poorly.