Saturday, July 10, 2010

Rough!

I hate for my first post to be negative but the last two days have been rough!


Friday my CNA came out.  She took my vitals and I had a 102.2 temperature.  I knew I felt crappy but didn't know why.  This also explained why I had been up half that night freezing my duff off.  The chills were so bad I chattered for over three hours early Friday morning which in turn gave me a MONSTER headache.  Kelly had to run a urine sample into the hospital to be cultured.  I didn't get my results back until Saturday morning ... Yep I have a Urinary Tract Infection.  I really wasn't too surprised since I was on antibiotics pretty much the whole time I was in the hospital for UTI's.  I don't remember feeling this crappy in the hospital though.  So for the last two days I have been fighting a vicious battle between chills and overheating.  I have been popping Tylenol like crazy.  I  haven't been able to eat much and the only thing that sounds good is greasy fast food ... so whoever wants to bring me a burger and some fries come on over!  ;)


I can't  go to sleep tonight but the best part about it is that there is a AWESOME lightening storm going on right out my window.

6 comments:

Our Family said...

I've been thinking about you the last couple days, sorry you aren't feeling well! That sucks! If you're still in the mood for a burger tomorrow, I'll bring lunch over! :)
Keep smiling!!!!

Crisamore's said...

You are a great example...you can always find the bright side of things! I love you! I know you will pull through. :o)

Kyle and Tiffany said...

I'm so glad you've started this blog, and don't ever feel bad about saying "negative" things. You're just telling the truth, and I for one honestly want to know how you're doing. I love you, Steph!

Tara said...

We all have rough days, so it's ok to be negative. Hopefully the negative will be balanced out with good soon! Hope you have a great day!

Melissa said...

We're having a pretty awesome lightning storm here in Oklahoma right now, too... :) It's awesome... I'd rather be seeing the one in Idaho, though. I'm glad you started this blog, Steph. I watched your interview with the newspaper, you are amazing! :) I hope the good days are out weighing the bad ones! You're a fighter!

Shelby said...

i would bring you five guys if i could...i miss it so much! feel better soon.