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    Ever since Thanksgiving I have been sick & I really don't know whats wrong with me. It started off with a bad cold then my throath. I have tooken several medications, but now I'm getting worried b/c this is not normal. I have been sick for 4 months now.

    Can anyone tell me what else to take or what to do.

    I went to go see a Dr. he gave me amoxicilan but it didint realy help.
    Positive vibes, positive taught

  • #2
    Re: Health Issue/Issues

    Do you mean you have been feeling unwell throughout these 4 months or on and off? It's a long while :-( Do you have fever, feeling bad and week, coughing, having no appetite, sleepiness, pain in any particular organ or part of body?
    The doctor prescribed amoxicillin thinking that you had a bacterial infection. Maybe it is some chronic infection or your immune system went down?
    Maybe you could provide some more information like what kind of symptoms you had? I would recommend to see a doctor and get everything checked just to be on the safe side.

    Wish you the best of health!
    Last edited by midsummer; 02-01-2009, 03:05 PM.


    • #3
      Re: Health Issue/Issues

      you should get checked, get blood tests. My friend had this ongoing sickness that went on and off, different infections and such. Turned out he had Leukemia. Not saying you do, but this serious illnesses cannot be ruled out.

      If it is something serious, I recommend you see a series of specialists, see some nutritionists, and if they offer alternative therapies in the hospital (as some of them do in the UK), check that out too, see what a combination of those can do for you.
      I was taught how to think.


      • #4
        Re: Health Issue(s)

        I agree that you should follow up with your doctor. Just because they've already prescribed something doesn't mean they have already done everything that can be done. Bacteria can vary in their susceptibility to various antibiotics. Perhaps a different one will work better, or maybe the diagnosis was wrong and antibiotics aren't what you need at all.
        You need to go back to the doctor and you probably should not have waited this long to wonder whether the situation warranted any other action.

        And please, please, please, for the love of all that (you believe) is holy read a book now and then. It'll do wonders for your spelling and grammar. Tooken? Seriously? Have you not noticed that not even a significant minority of the kindergartners that you work with say "tooken"? It's 'taken'!

        Perhaps it's not the best time to lay into, but I can't stand it anymore...
        How anyone can choose education as their career and not at minimum make sure that they have actually attained a high school education is beyond me. Just because you work with 6 year-olds does not mean that you don't need to know any more than they do.
        If I were a parent and heard you speak like this or read your writing, I would insist that you be fired.
        [COLOR=#4b0082][B][SIZE=4][FONT=trebuchet ms]“If you think you can, or you can’t, you’re right.”
        -Henry Ford[/FONT][/SIZE][/B][/COLOR]


        • #5
          Re: Health Issue(s)

          Thanks for your ideas guys.
          Positive vibes, positive taught


          • #6
            Re: Health Issue(s)

            np pepsi.
            I was taught how to think.


            • #7
              Re: Health Issue(s)

              What do you mean you've been feeling sick? Do you have headches? Sinus trouble? Coughing? Chest pain? Or like massive diahrrea?
              this post = teh win.


              • #8
                Re: Health Issue(s)

                Major coughing & Sinus trouble
                Positive vibes, positive taught


                • #9
                  Re: Health Issue(s)

                  Fist of all and immediately stop drinking Pepsi
                  Եւ մի տանիր զմեզ ի բորձութիւն
                  Այլ փրկեա ի չարէ:


                  • #10
                    Re: Health Issue(s)

                    Well I haven't been drinking Pepsi as much.

                    Yed, are you being sarcastic?
                    Positive vibes, positive taught