We have to take our temps and our levels four times a day.
He has no symptoms so he has to do it as a precaution.
Me on the other hand, I have so many symptoms that my nurse has said I'm on "over achiever".
What symptoms do I have? I will try and go down the list and describe when I actually got them.
Jan. 24th, I began to sneeze but as long as it wasn't back to back sneezing, I wasn't concerned.
Jan. 28th, I got a sore throat and began to cough uncontrollably. I still have this cough on Feb. 10.
Jan. 30th, the sneezing got worse. Is that even possible? Yes, I would sneeze at least 10 times in a row and become so stuffy that I was now breathing with my mouth open.
Feb. 1st, I am now feeling like I dragging around an extra 200 pounds. I can barely walk 25 steps without almost falling down. My legs feel like I have walked up 100 steps. My breathing is ragged and I'm feeling like I'm coming down with the flu.
For two days, the heavy feeling stays with me. Lying down is not helping. It makes it worst. I feel like I'm drowning by weight. I can't get comfortable. I can't lie on my back or on my side. I can't take it but I push on and try and get some sleep. Thank goodness this goes away by Feb. 5th.
I wake up on the 5th to a snotty nose, chest congestion and new rashes on my back and face. What in the entire world is happening? Is this cold taking a different form and causing this new reaction on my skin. My hands are so dry that I have used an entire bottle of NIVEA lotion (16 ounces) in two days.
My hair is now brittle and dry. Dry like I have been sitting under a dryer for hours with no moisture. Dry to the point that I am scared to brush it.
Wait, what's this. A damn cold sore! Yep; that's just what I need! This huge bump is sitting in the middle of my top lip like a trophy. Blistex aint helping this so I apply a warm cloth and hope that it helps it dry up.
And if it couldn't get any worse....just wait until next weeks update.