Rant :(

Cold...chest infection...asthma attack...hayfever...glandular fever.... what next?

Totally spiralled out of control! I just can't seem to shift anything. The weather is beautiful and I just feel too poorly to even begin to attempt to go outside. Constant tight chest and the docs have done nothing, saying that the glandular fever will just be aggravating it.

Gahh! Easter hols and here I am, exams are soon too! Need to be better.

Sorry for the rant, as i Know people are far worse off on here than me.

Jess x

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  • Jess I really hope you start to feel better soon. Asthma on its own is bad enough, but when it gets its best friends to gang up on you as well that's just unfair. I hope you've got all the right meds for the chest infection and glandualr fever and that once you get the better of them the asthma will give up and leave you alone.

  • Recover quickly and good success in your exams.

    Gill

  • Wow, you have every reason to be ranting so rant away hun.

    If you have exams coming up please say you have a letter from your doctor for ypour exams master to submit to the boards!

    Rest well and take it easy, really hope you feel better soon.

    Nic

  • hi,

    Hope you feel a little better soon and good to have a rant ,we all understand and need a rant also.

    Hope your exams go ok and make sure you get any extra time you can with letting the board know.

    My son has hearing problems and I told him make sure he has time if needed as leaves this time .

    love glynis xxxx

  • hi,

    Hope you feel a little better soon and good to have a rant ,we all understand and need a rant also.

    Hope your exams go ok and make sure you get any extra time you can with letting the board know.

    My son has hearing problems and I told him make sure he has time if needed as leaves this time .

    love glynis xxxx

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  • I know how you feel - apart from some of the things you mentioned!

    I have my AS exams coming up and have had a constant bout of bronchitis, atypical pnumonia, colds etc for past 2 months!

    Sucks not being able to go outside with hayfever alone, let alone not being able to go purely because you feel that crap!

    Hope you get better soon, and good luck with exams! (See your exams officer and see if you can get special consideration, this is what I've done!)

    xx

  • Hi jess,

    sorry to hear about how you feel. I had glandular fever when i was at uni and there was nothing to take for it. I had no energy for weeks and then my parents got me aloe vera juice (holland and barret) it's the pure juice, doesn't taste nice, but within 2-3 weeks of drinking a capful morning and night my energy came bouncing back!! It really helped. I took it for about 3 months and my gp couldn't believe how quick I recovered.

    Try it, it's so worth it(helps the immune system in general so good for hayfever etc too)

    good luck with your exams.

    Love Lydia xx

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