well idk. lets see. where to begin?....uhm okay on sunday i started to feel sick. like my head was killing me and everytime i even smelled food i felt like being sick. this totally sucked. plus i was running a fever of 100+ so that was hard to. okay so it went on like this untill finally tuesday my moma took me to the doctor. it turned out that i had the Influenza B. i had been having horrible keytones and my bg was ALL OVER THE PLACE. it was horrible. so the doctor gave me meds and told me to take them twice a day. then she started talking again and said that she was expecting me to have a 'secondary infection' i havn't had that yet thank goodness but i have the feeling that im going to be getting bronchitis xP my coughing is getting worse and worse unfortunetly. but ya the doctor gave me anti-biotics for that too. when and if i do get that. so im not running the fever anymore [THANK GOODNESS] and im not having as bad of keytones =] yey my bg is coming down to normal again haha thats even better. but ya. i think i might be going to the doctor again soon but im not sure. hopefully ill be able to go to school this week. that was another thing I did'nt get to go to school for the whole week except for friday. but that didnt really count cuz it was an early out day lol so ya. that was my week.

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Comment by Kristin on March 22, 2009 at 1:20am
Glad to hear that you are feeling better! Hope that it stay that way!
Comment by debb on March 22, 2009 at 4:35am
a week off from school. wow, when i was in school i didn't care if i was sick. not having to go to school was the bomb. can't tell i'm old can ya? i am glad your feeling better though. being sick is no fun. add diabetes, stir not so gently and yuck, life sucks. i seem to have heard about a lot of people being sick this spring. i wonder what's in the air. i know...germs silly. just call me dumb. anyway, glad your back among the living.

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