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bpcookie posted:
I feel like total ka ka. Had to go to Urgent Care on friday night because my lungs were hurting, I had a terrible cough and felt faint. They said I had Bronchitis. I wish they would have took an X-Ray because of the lung pain, but it is what it is. So I'm on meds and feel awful. I won't be much fun on here until I get better. Sorry dudes and dudettes.

*cough cough, uuggghhh, sniffle*
You may go through life hearing a 1000 NO's but don't give up because your YES is out there waiting for you.- (Something my father told me.)
monkeybee responded:
My goodness I hope you feel better...and catch a break!
bpcookie replied to monkeybee's response:
Thanks Honey Bunny
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ddnos responded:
Awwwwwwwwwww Cookie, I hope you feel better soon! It's no fun having bronchitis, especially when ya start coughing like a seal. lol They gave you anibiotics, yes?

Well, you get some rest and get better!

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bpcookie replied to ddnos's response:
Thats so cute. Yup they gave me antibiotics and steroids. Thanks hun
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CanadianDyanne replied to bpcookie's response:
ahhhh love the pup Debs.

Can't believe they didnt take an x-ray, silly rabbits.
Emailing you a box of tissues now....
bpcookie replied to CanadianDyanne's response:
dyanne honey, nice to see ya. Thanks for the kleenex. muah
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slik_kitty responded:
hope you feel better soon. bronchitis is no fun. take care of it so it doesn't develop into pneumonia. hugs
bpcookie replied to slik_kitty's response:
I will. Thanks Slik sweetie pie. muahs
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skypper responded:
Awwwww that's awful news bronchitis is painfully bad, specially when you've got asthma. Rest up poor baby, sending you vitamin C and some hot tea STAT!!!
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