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Date Joined Apr 2006
Total Posts : 511
Posted 2/22/2008 3:00 PM (GMT -7)
Havent been too good with the diet (trush probs). sick as a parrot today.
Two much coffee, COMPLETE no no, too much sugar, OH OH,
I was ok until around 1.30pm but woke feeling sick and nausea, and tongue covered in fur.
I felt a crohns trip to lu!!! I nearly collapsed in the lu. Felt dizzy, sick thought I was gonna faint and vomit, if you can do both at the same time.
Broke into a sweat.
Made it back to the classroom on my stick but stopped in corridor trying to prevent falling.
quickly packed my laptop and gear onto my wheelchair to wheel to car. (Yeh, thats mad too) no such thing as assistance here, you either do this or no,
I was enjoying the lesson until then but had to get home cos I thought I might crash car.
Tried to ring gastro about
the sugar side o things.
Does anyone know why this whole issue off food intolerance has become such a massive prob.
Does anyone have this prob or both Lupus and crohns and can you tell me is this specific to crohns.
Sorry all the posts right now.
college trying to get rid of me cos I have been absent for 20 days in three months AND its a college for disabled persons! They say if I am too sick to attend to take absence until I am better! I won't get THAT much better
Not to mention my tutor when takin pics in Vietnam for 30days IN THE MID of the term.
Is that fair.
But the gov funding body says to them " We think she is bloody GREAT, with all that is wrong with her! She is doing great and is so plucky and willing. YOUR job is to EDUCATE her in photography, if you had all that is wrong with her, would you be crawling here when you can to get tuition. We don't fund you to get rid of her but educate her" Ha!!! Nice man!!
Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) Severely Deaf, Hypothyroidism, Pes Cavus, Crohns Disease, scoliolis, Hiatus hernia, diverticular disease, neuromuscular disorder (?parkinsons) movement disorder, ? another autoimmune disease.
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Date Joined Dec 2006
Total Posts : 2818
Posted 2/22/2008 6:17 PM (GMT -7)
Hi Ann, Sorry you are so sick. I know you don't live in the states but there are alot of bugs going around right now. Maybe you caught somthing. I don't have crones so I really can't help you there. That does seem awfully weird that a school for the disabled doesn't have a better alternative for you. Surely you aren't the only one that has problems with attendence. There are alot of colleges that you can take on line. Is that a possible. Do they have anything through this school that you could take at home.
I actually think it's great at sick as you are to even be able to go to class as much as you do. I frankly didn't even know you were in school. (brain fog).
I hope you get to feeling better soon. try to keep hydrated as much as posible. They do make herb teas that help with nausea.
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