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Bronchitis, Sinusitis and Cravings

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

So, I went to the doctors this morning and I have Bronchitis and sinusitis. They thought for a bit there it could have been pneumonia or walking pneumonia but it wasn't thank you very much. I am on antibiotics and I have a new inhaler. Out of work for another two day (today and tomorrow).

When I got home from the doctors I had a hamburger for lunch. I made it myself so I know what was in it. I craved sugar afterwards, well really chocolate. I had some saltines instead. I was feeling bored and tired but also wanting to console myself about being sick.
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    Get well soon!! On the antibiotics you should be feeling better in a few days!!
    1285 days ago
    Hey there. Ah having bronchitis is one thing but to have it with sinusitis is a totally different story. All should be well as long as you take your antibiotics are taken as instructed.

    Normal Chocolate is not good for sinusitis though. This is because it may promote the over production and thickening of mucus at the back of the throat unless it is dark chocolate of cause.
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    It seems like this stuff hits hard and hangs on! I hope that you are better soon!
    1285 days ago
    Yeah - being sick isn't easy. You want to rest (and you feel guilty that you aren't doing anything) and you want to comfort yourself (but you are trying to stay away from that.

    Just remember tomorrow is another day. You will get over this. Take care of yourself - rest and know it will be over soon. If you do decide to eat something you normally wouldn't - just remember to not have a lot of it sitting around. One is much better than all!

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