All right, I have taken everyone's posts into consideration, and I really do appreciate them.
I have not gone to the OoD yet, but I think I want to see where my grade stands as I do my best in the class. It will be a fairer judgment than on whether there is any unfairness/bias in grading. I can tell early on as we have a writing assignment do, and I've never made below a B. I love to write...and I don't want to put this teacher in an uncomfortable position either. I believe she and I can work things out, and that her treatment and grading within the next few weeks can be a good indicator to go by. We both need to give each other a chance.
As for sex, we haven't in about
a month and a half because problems started literally the day after. I just don't do it when I'm feeling like this, but I was feeling better before for a while.
Crohnie2-I understand your beliefs on this subject are different and I respect them, but I was raised in a pretty liberal-minded family so I do make a different decision..
On the bright side, my cysts are not hurting as much, and I managed to get a meal down last night that. I'm still going in to the doctor to see what we can do. I thought I was well before too and then this happened. I hope this is a lesson learned.
As for the grade itself, it's based off of GPA. I am doing pretty well in my other classes (100+s I hope I keep this up...) so if I made a C it would probably be okay. I know I can do a lot better than a C though. The class is American Literature, but it's a lot more work than your average literature class. I didn't take it to be easy, however. I was curious.
Anyway, I'll see how it goes within the next couple of weeks with grading and what the doctors say. If it doesn't look to be in my favor then something will be done, but I don't want to 'jump the gun' either. There is a lot of great advice in here, and I will be using it! Thank you guys!
Diagnosed with Crohn's in May of 2008.
Currently taking: Prednisone, pentasa, omeprazole, and humira. Using probiotics and a multivitamin.bonniegriffith.blogspot.com/
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