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Summer cold:(

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

I have been sneezing, coughing, and have a sore throat for a couple of days now. My son's friend has the same symptoms, and now he does too. The sore throat is the most prominent symptom. I did walk 1.3 miles yesterday, but it was 6:30 in the morning and already hot, and I was exhausted by the time I got back home. I'm sure it's just because I am fighting off this cold or whatever it is!
It has been 102 degrees here for the past two days so if I am going outside, it has to be early in the morning. The air quality is really bad here when it's that hot with my emphysema, it really makes it hard to breathe. I haven't been doing anything but laying around and feeling guilty about it all day!
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  • MISS_VIV
    Take 'serious' care Snuz........It is tough stuff right now with the air quality being down. Hopefully this delta breeze will make it easier for you. Drink plenty of fluids, if you are able and get some antibiotics (if your dr will give them to you).. i HAD that 'stuff' it started out the same as yours. it was virus that turned BACTERIAL, so be wise and get to the dr a.s.a.p. emoticon
    2947 days ago
  • GETDONE
    emoticon A nice cool drink for you -- I had a hard time talking because of the bad air---I hope you are feeling better today~~!! emoticon
    2948 days ago
  • SAFETYSUE
    Indeed this can't be fun to be sick in the summer!
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    2949 days ago
  • MELIVA
    Oh, I hope you feel better soon. There is nothing worse than running a temperature when it is hot outside. You shouldn't feel guilty about your limited activity; your body can surprisingly make up for that sometimes. Get well, girl.
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    2949 days ago
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