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Old 09-09-2009, 06:17 PM   #11
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My daughter brought me 7-up, potato soup, chicken noodle soup, and rainbow sherbet...all the things I got for her when she was little and sick. God love'er.
I'm just so darned weak...can't seem to get my strength back. DH made me a grilled cheese sandwich today (no butter on it, just cooking spray) and I dipped it in chicken soup...it stayed down fine. I finally took a bath and washed my hair this morning and that sure made me feel better.

I don't know how long these things usually last, but I've had enough.
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:46 PM   #12
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My daughter brought me 7-up, potato soup, chicken noodle soup, and rainbow sherbet...all the things I got for her when she was little and sick. God love'er.
I'm just so darned weak...can't seem to get my strength back. DH made me a grilled cheese sandwich today (no butter on it, just cooking spray) and I dipped it in chicken soup...it stayed down fine. I finally took a bath and washed my hair this morning and that sure made me feel better.

I don't know how long these things usually last, but I've had enough.
Just don't do to much Connie. Rest, I didn't think to mention a baked potato is one of my favorite things when I don't feel well. I just put a little butter,salt and that's it. it fills me up and makes me feel good. You've done a lot today washing your hair and all so please sit and put your feet up and rest.
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Old 09-16-2009, 09:51 PM   #13
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Constance, I hope you will be feeling better soon. If you are on antibiotics, I suggest taking a little bit of yogurt about an hour before taking the meds. Yogurt gives back the good bacteria that antibiotics take away.
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