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If you don’t like the talk of blood, or the talk of blood coming up, skip this post. If you read anyway and get sick, don’t get mad at me. I warned you. -.-
I might begin favoring Wednesdays instead of Mondays, since Wednesday is the last day of the week that I have school. Make sense?
Don’t tell me if it doesn’t.
I’m not exactly cranky, I just feel like crap. I’m having medical problems again. And I have menstrual cramps.
With my medical problems, I have cramps before I cough up blood, have nosebleeds and/or throw up blood. On the bright side, having my stomach ulcer/acid/crap acting up makes my period lighter, so sure. I guess that’s great? Long story short, I’m still being nice today; I’m just not reacting to anything that’s wrong.
In English I had to write an essay about a recommendation for a movie/book. I doubt I did well. I think I finished brainstorming, writing one draft and writing the final copy in forty-five minutes. The entire time I had horrendous stomach cramps and was constantly trying to not throw up or cough.
I’m going to get the number to the doctor and schedule the soonest appointment possible. I think my mom said it might be a month away.
Do you want to know what the doctor did? He screwed up with math. If there is anything you don’t want a doctor screwing up, it is:
- his diagnosis and
- his calculations.
My perscriptions were supposed to last me about 6 months, and they lasted merely 3. He screwed up on the refills and the amount given, and did not measure the two perscriptions together. -.- One is taken twice a day, and the other is taken once a day. They have to be taken together, too.
Another problem that happened was that Brookshire’s ran out of my stomach acid medicine and only gave me enough for about three or four days. They did order more of the medicine, but I had to call in for a refill, and that counted as another refill. -.-
I would much rather just get a shot every month for the next year and have this medical issue stop messing with me than have to deal with stupid refills and whatnot.
Good thing I left for school early. >.>