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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Results

Suspected H1N1 flu. Test was inconclusive, but he said it's possible they just didn't get enough germs to test it. Given my asthma history and the fact that of the 5 co-workers and 4 of their kids who have been sick in the past two weeks, at least 3 of them have test positive for the flu, so he's treating it as such. I'm on Tamiflu, my asthma meds, and as needed, Ibuprofen, unless any complications arise. Of course it goes without saying, lots of fluids and rest. I can return to the land of the living on Monday, providing there are no complications.



Shellie said...

Please rest up. Monday is a good day, Madison's 16th birthday, so only good things can happen!!! Good karma, Faith and blessings!!

Cindy said...

Rest and lots of liquids. I just finished my 5 days at home with Broncitis and lots of meds. Do what they say and just REST.

Gina said...

take care of yourself

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Jennifer said...

Get lots of rest, I will keep you in my thoughts for
a quick recovery.

Quilterrits said...

Get lots of rest and God bless you! I enjoy your blog so much and miss you when you don't post. I hope you are feeling much better soon.

Piwacket said...

I'll send you some cyber chicken soup. I hear ya' about having to be on all the meds. I go in for my flu shot next Monday and am keeping my fingers crossed that none of my tiny charges pass their germs along to me before then. Take care of yourself, sweetie.

piecesofpatti said...

Hope you are feeling better Becca!

CatQuilter said...

Rest, rest, rest. Horrible season for all the crud that's going around. At least we have "tools" to help us get through it all.

Drugs are wonderful things, eh?

Cyber hugs,