Tuesday, February 19, 2008

What have I done?

Why do we do things when we know better?  

I have the absolute worse tolerance for medicine.  For example, Benedryl turns me into a rocking zombie totally wired and up and my skin crawls.  The last time I took a decongestant, my boss sent me to be drug tested.  If nausea is a side effect - I will be so sick to my stomach and dizzy its off to bed.

Well, I apparently have picked up the "Something Viral" Hunter had.  Yes, I am thrilled.  And after a day of incredible pressure in my head and not being able to breathe out of my nose.  I said I need to sleep, and I used Afrin.  BIG MISTAKE.  Oh, I could breathe, the problem was my heart was racing, and I was wired for sound.  Now, it is wearing off, my hose is killing me and I haven't slept in 24 hours.  



HeatherN3Boys said...

You and I, we should get together and take something wicked like Dayquil! WOOT! I am the same way - Benadryl makes me comatose for 6-8 hours; cough syrup winds me up and gives me a headache. INSANE. Makes me wonder what wires are crossed in my body, you know? Medicine is supposed to make us feel better, not worse, or just as bad, but in different ways.

Anonymous said...

Feeling better yet?