I've only just rememberd that you had the 'flu jab.
Golly, if your reaction bears any relation to the effect the full blown disease would have had, maybe it's as well you had the jab.
There again, is there any connection between the reaction and the actual disease?
I just hope you are feeling a bit better each day. x
Yesterday was our wedding anniversary, the first significant date for me since Gordon died. I went to London to treat myself to an anniversary present, but became unwell at Kings Cross and had to come straight home.
After effects from this "flu/virus" ?? I don't know.
So I am taking it easy once again. Hope I am alright for the meet up in Covent Garden .
Jeannette I'm so sorry that you are still not feeling well. It could be the virus-these things do linger at times; however, do you think it could be put down to how you were feeling about the significance of the day? Your first Anniversary without your Gordon? Very happy memories of your life together but probably tinged with poignancy and sadness?
I'm hoping that you will feel better very soon, and you have that treat. You so deserve one.
My virus remains sadly, returning over and over , last return was two days before I went to Cornwall for Christmas. Today I am beginning to believe I feel better, but for how long?
I am seeing cardiologist this afternoon, had a7 day heart monitor fitted in Nov, and during that time was in A and E with severe pains and tachycardia, so hopefully my "man" willhave some answers for me,
Having a generalMOT on Friday as part of anew system at surgery an hour with the practice nurse so that might be helpful too.
My feeling faint has. Never really left me and I rarely go far on my own.
My holiday was ok but I felt ill most if the time,I was just glad toget home.it is where I feel safe.
However on a brighter note I really felt when I woke up this morning that JEANNETTE was back. Here's hoping 2015 willbe a healthier year.
wishing you well and hoping next year is better for you. My sister-in-law has had faintness and nausea for the last year too but they now think it may be a side effect of the tablets she has to take following treatment for breast cancer. For her is is worse early in the day but I know it can be quite debilitating.Poor you.
Jeannette, I have thought of you a lot over the Christmas time and wondered how your Christmas away, I believe in Cornwall, was going.
I'm so sorry you felt ill when you were there but hope it at least made the time easier than if you'd spent it at home.
However, maybe not so.
I hope you hear good news about your heart this afternoon.
I hope your health will improve in the coming year. xxx