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Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 08:56 am (no subject)

So... Yesterday, I went to the Bakery for breakfast, got a vanilla chai and a granola strawberry yogurt. I forgot to get bagel for our staff meeting, so I ran over and got a dozen bagel, plus one for me with lox cream cheese. After the meeting I went on a lunch date, but I couldn't touch my lunch, I didn't feel bad, just not hungry. By the afternooon I was starting to have stomach cramps. I went to pick up Heather and her family from the airport. We we got there, I had to hit the can and had diarrhea. They wanted to swing by Blue-C and get sushi. I had three things, tempura pawn rolls, a Phily Roll, and a California Roll. We then wandered the mall and I had diarrhea at Borders. I then went home, and proceeded to have a fever, mor ediarrhea, and puke up dinner. I was then up most of the night shaking in bed from the fever, and on the toilet clearing my bowel. Everyime I went to the bathroom I would get a glass of water, which seems to pass through my ass in about two hour. Repeat that all night.

I now have a dehydration headache and wondering if I'm done or if I need to hit up urgent care.
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Date:March 18th, 2010 04:18 pm (UTC)
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it sounds like you might need to kill something. there's an herbal antibiotic called wild-oregano oil I use for this kind of problem, if you don't get a prescription bug-killer an herbal one might do some good.
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Date:March 18th, 2010 10:56 pm (UTC)
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If it were me, I would try to stay hydrated and *hope* it goes away. BUT, I don't have any health insurance whatsoever, and I'm a starving artist.

YOU, on the other hand, should go to the doctor and make sure it isn't serious.

I mean, if the circumstances were reversed, I would go.
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Date:March 19th, 2010 05:03 pm (UTC)
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Take acetaminophen to help with the fever. If the fever is constantly above 100 and closer to 101 then go to the doctor. If it is not, I would wait to go to the doctor. Drink lots of water to stay hydrated and with the water, occasionally add Gatorade or some sort of fluid to help keep your sugar and electrolytes levels healthy. Typically they will not prescribe an anti biotic unless there is signs of an internal infection. If you are coughing green, then go, if it is white/yellowish, I would wait. Doctors are trying to stay away from antibiotics because of how they were over prescribed in the 80w-90s and now realize that many people have become immune to many of them.