I was “aware”, but not able to get up.
More than 2 hours passed in that state. Finally I got up. LATE.
My body was aching all over, hands swollen. M
I was very angry with it coming at that time. Then I remember the good doc told me to catch my blood profiles during the flare.
What followed was frantic phone calls, going to one clinic after another and then finally taking blood, and getting an appointment to see my rheumatologist, at a reduced rate. The appointment is one month later, but at least I got my blood profile.
What a frantic day. To my classmate, she probably does not know what it is like. I talk to her, “like normal”. God knows how stressful it was. I was “fog checking” all the time, and pulling all m
To an outsider, I am normal. Ok, I am an overweight woman, who shuffles a little, probably due to the weight? Unless the
I am usally 36.5, and when I “flare” it goes up to 36.7 to 37.0. I never officially qualify for the typical mild fever. To begin with, I am colder than usual.
Should I be proud of myself? Yeap. I am very. I only took 2 cab trips. All others are by train and bus. In the train, I even gave up m