What's your worst sick day?
May 12, 2011 7:20am CST
For the past week, I haven't been able to login to mylot because I got a throat infection specifically pharyngitis. At first, I felt muscle and joint pain. I thought it was just ordinary. Nothing to bother. After that, I got a sore throat and a high fever. After I took a pain reliever, the joint and muscle pain was gone, the high fever went low but the sore throat is still there. Day after day, the sore throat gets worse and I even got a persistent cough. Whenever I cough, I feel a big pain in my chest. The medicine that I took didn't heal my sore throat and cough. That really bothered me so I went to the doctor and i found out that it was a throat infection. I really need to take some strong medicines for it to heal. Whenever I have the time, I always take a rest and sleep that's why I haven't get to got online for almost three weeks. I really miss mylot. Now, I'm back to normal and I can now login. I was thinking of a discussion at first and I figured out why not share what I felt during I was sick. It's just really not nice to be sick. Maybe you could share some stories back then when you got sick also. Your worst sick day perhaps? How did it cure? Are you anxious to get back to normal?
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12 May 11
Sorry to hear that you were not feeling well. Gosh two years ago I was sick all year. Between my boyfriend and I we were bouncing bronchitis back and forth. It seemed I was sick for two weeks well for 3 days and sick again. It happened for a full year. Thankfully since I have had a few cold but nothing serious and I am crossing my fingers that I do not jinx myself. lol Glad you are back and feeling better.
12 May 11
I guess the worst illness I ever had was weak lungs. I was just six or seven then, so I don't remember much of it. All I know is that I was always sick in the morning. The fever would go down in the afternoon but would come back by evening. I even had to be hospitalized. Then, after I was released, I had to take a lot of medicine everyday for about six months.