Sometimes All I Have Left is Laughter

February 22, 2009

What you don’t want the doctor to say…

Filed under: Am I still Laughing?,God in Control,Random Thoughts — by tulips4me @ 3:25 pm

Last Monday I took Son #1 to the doctor.  He?  Had a virus.  Hmmm I am so glad that psycho grandma opened her baggie and gave him antibiotics…they were so helpful!  The doctor gave him cough medicine with codeine and instructed him to drink fluids and rest.  By Friday he was feeling great.

I, on the other hand, started downhill on Tuesday with a tickle in my ear and throat and somewhat upset stomach.  By Wednesday I had a very tight cough that made my throat feel as if it were on fire and a decidedly upset stomach.  Thursday I should have stayed in bed in between running to the bathroom however, deadlines at work beckoned me.  By Friday morning I was really miserable and my co-workers were wishing for medical masks. So, I went to the doctor. 

Now let me digress for a moment.  We have all received those emails with the list of funny, or not so funny, things (depending on ones perspective) that we don’t want to hear the doctor say.  For the most part, I have laughed at them. 

Back to Friday.  The doctor looks at me very sincerely and says, “I hate to tell you this but what you have is very hard to get rid of and there isn’t anything I can give you for it.  It just has to run its course”  Great!!!  Just what I wanted to hear.  I did not laugh.  Which was good, because she was not trying to be funny.

Today is Sunday.  For the most part my stomach seems to be back to normal and the Mucinex and ibuprofen seem to be doing what they were intended to do.  I wonder if I should pick up those masks on the way to the office tomorrow?

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3 Comments »

  1. Nope— just some Lysol!

    Comment by blue bamboo — February 26, 2009 @ 7:34 pm |Reply

  2. I vote for the masks AND the Lysol. 🙂

    Comment by Stephanie — March 7, 2009 @ 4:38 pm |Reply

  3. hello, this is my first time i visit here. I found so many interesting in your blog especially its discussion. keep up the good work.

    Comment by Medical Zine — January 11, 2010 @ 2:51 am |Reply


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