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hula_dancer73 posted:
hi Guys,

I am sick and have been for just under a week. Now I have bronchitis and have not goetten to the coughing part of it yet.

I am all stuffed up in m yhead and my nose is full, Ihave a relentless monster of a headache that will NOT let up.

I have a fever of 103 even.

The doc here said to wathc me for szs beucase I will probably have one maybe more becuase of teh temp being so high.

my mainland neuro said no cougning if can be helped becuase it could damage the nerve or the device. Surgeon also said somethig that effect. but if it does occurr and something does happen then I am suppose to call the surgeon on his 24/7 mobile device and call the place I go ti for my neurologist. I will have to go back if something goes hay-wire.

I have had a really hard time typing this as well.

I have tried to correct most of tje mistakes but if there are anymore I am sorrry.

hula_dancer73 responded:
update on the dr visit for broncitis.

Massive infection sent home with the Z-Pack abd ultram for the non-stop head ache.

BlazingTiger replied to hula_dancer73's response:
I get that on a yearly basis. Sometimes 2 or 3 times a year. Massive fever an headache to go with it is usually the case for me to.
Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to hula_dancer73's response:
I'm so sorry! It sounds horrible - how are you feeling today?

(((hugs))) to you!

dancer86442 responded:
I hope you are feeling better soon. I know those Z-Packs Work excellent for me. I love em! Hope they work well for you too. HUGS!

Love Candi

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