snap anst where you from? hmmm im soo wary of there being a tumym about but i took my immoidum and D attack came through so im sure i got a bug... having bad spasm and nuasea, its maddening.hope you feel better soon xxxim mid attack now been fine all day sick and felt horrible with sore tummy, got home had my tea , band D attack through 6immodium brought back some nasty memories for me =(get well xxx
lynsey: Thanks.kateandtink: Thanks. I'm from Indiana which is a state in the USA. I can't take Immodium because it'll cause me to stay constipated for a day or two, which will put me right back to diarrhea and cramps.
oh my god. i hear ya. i have been super sick since i woke up. i pooped 3 times within an hour of being up, and have felt so bad that i had to cancel a meeting with my supervisor, which i've been looking forward to so much.someone remind me never to eat steak again! we made it tues, and i ate the leftovers again last night. seriously, someone slap me. i don't know what i was thinking.
Attacks suck big time!! I've been really lucky and haven't had one since I started on Paxil 3 months ago. But the memories are still fresh enough. Stress and anxiety are my worst triggers. I hope you feel better soon and what ever is going on at school calms down (sorry I missed that post and have no idea what has been happening).
you know, i am starting to think that it wasn't the steak on thursday. i rescheduled my meeting with my supervisor, and it's today at 11:30, and this morning has started out frightningly similar to thursday morning...i don't feel good. wah.
yeah, i totally agree, but i try not to take allergy med during the fall/winter because i am on it everyday during the spring and summer from pollen allergies.but i survived it anyway. just. and i managed not to freak out during the meeting though i had a mini-breakdown afterwards. i think i need to reprioritize or something, otherwise i don't know if i can finish this, it's just getting too stressful, and it's not that important to me anymore so i don't think i want to devote the majority of my energy to it.
yeah, i actually really like yoga, and used to do it when i had a gym membership. but in february, we moved into a more expensive building with a gym, so we gave up our 50$/mo memberships to save money. now i do it on my own now and then, but it's really not the same. i wish there was a yoga studio near where i live, but there aren't, and at least for now i can't afford a membership. i'm sure that one day i'll go back to it!yeah, as far as allergies (i have TONS), i take claritin from about march till the end of september, and it helps a lot. but cause i take it so much, i like to try and stay off it during the cooler months. but it is one of the safest antihistamines to take long term, and doesn't put you to sleep, though it's not quite as powerful as some of the other ones.
Well..well..well. I saw the doc the other day. We think I have some sort of infection in my nether regions (foul, foul gas and really bad smells from having D), lack of appetite, etc..I'm on antibiotics now. They gave me Flagyl. I think the last day of this I'm going to start massive doses of Probiotics. I figure there's no use taking them now because the antibiotics will just kill them off.midge: I'm a general linux admin. I know them all, pretty much. I work for the university helping to do cancer research. We run all our simulations on linux boxes. We have 2 SuSE 9.3 desktops (me and my boss), 3 SuSE 9.3 64bit servers. 1 of them is a dual proc 64bit system at 3.02 ghz. The last two weeks I replaced the OS on four Redhat 9.0 (yuck) machines with Ubuntu 5.04 and two more with Kubuntu. We are almost finally done with Redhat. I soooo hate RH. Ironically, I run it on my fileservers at home (I run Fedora though). Unfortunately
, RH makes doing software raid very easy. So if all I'm going to use at home is smbd, nmbd, and sshd then I figure the distribution doesn't really matter.That's cool that you run gentoo. I never had the patience to run with gentoo, although I've seen some slick installs of it. The time to speed factor doesn't intrigue me. I think debian-based systems are faster and easier to administer in the long run.I just cleaned Best Buy out of hard drives. I'll be building a 3 X 160 gb fileserver. I'm going to raid-5 the drives so I'll have 320 gb of redundant space. I'm such a media-freak
Nikki: I'm sorry that you are having problems. Hopefully you'll get some relief soon!!! I would consider praying for you, but I don't think god listens to me.
ha! angst, no it's not me that is a gentoo dev, it's my boyfriend! i am a mac girl, though i have been using lots of open source programs lately! i wrote my thesis in openoffice, and i've bee using nvu for websites. however, i actually managed to follow all that geek speak, which is slightly frightening...flagyl!!! i took that a few...maybe closer to 4 years ago. i'm trying to remember what it was for...blastocystis (sp?) or something like that, some kind of parasite i think. i had low levels of it, but my allergist recommended i take a course of antibiotics for it, thinking it might be that and not really ibs. haha.the flagyl was nasty! one of the grossest antibiotics i've had to take. it took me a month to get back to normal afterwards, and i never even felt any different after getting rid of it. but hopefully it works a lot better for you!
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