Just after a bit of support and understanding, I guess. I came home from work on Monday morning with the beginnings of a yucky attack. Have been off for the last three days, and upped to pred 40 according to my management plan.
Now work are absolutely amazing, and I'm blessed with a supportive team and Headteacher who only want me to be well. The problem is, I'm the kind of person who's great during the day, but shocking in early evening to bedtime, and then again early morning to mid morning, the times when I'm debating what to do the next day. I seem to keep saying to work ""i'll be in tomorrow"" only to deteriorate overnight and things go pear shaped again.
What do I do? Sign off for the rest of the week, until I'm definitely not wheezy at all, or go in, knowing that I'll be iffy for the morning, and then fine (ish) in the afternoon? Don't want to be seen to be taking the mick (oh, she's having another day then, is she?!) but by the same token keeping an eye on the bradford absence score and the fact that my colleagues are having to pick up for me.
What do other people do in this ""not feeling quite well but also not feeling horrid either"" phase?