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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

I have not been feeling well for almost 2 wks now. Can't sleep at night because I'm running to the bathroom. I don't drink soda's just water. I've been trying to drink all my water by 6 pm. I'm up at least 4 - 8 times during the night! In addition, I've been wheezing. I have COPD and allergies. I've been wheezing for awhile now, sneezing everyday, taking benadryl almost daily - that's usual for me. My chest started hurting yesterday...what is this mess? I don't have time for this!! Both knees hurt....I didn't workout yesterday felt like crap, don't feel like it today either. On top of all this, I've been having cravings for potato chips! Of all things! I munch on fruit or salad but that does no good....craving still there.

Now that I have that off my chest...had to vent to somebody, nobody else to talk to. I just thought of something, I have Sjögren's Syndrome, maybe it's flaring up. Anyway, I think I will go back to using the Pea Powder for a couple days and back off some of the water so I can get some sleep.

We'll see how this works out. Thanks for listening.

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    wow this does not sound right ??? wonder what is going on with you ! I just heard of Sjogren's for the first last last year. I had someone come in at work with that. That is rough !! They usually say getting up and going to bathroom more than usual can be a sign of diabetes so you may need to call your dr. anywoo.....take care of yourself and listen to your body...... let us know how things are going


    1917 days ago
    emoticon Get some rest and listen to your body! Hope you are well soon.
    1918 days ago
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  • CAROL494
    Take care. Things will improve for you! emoticon
    1918 days ago
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