Thursday, October 1, 2009

Try {HARD} to not be jealous...K?

Why you ask ?.....
{Because} My daughter has ....{MONO}
which I'm sure she contracted through the other ways of catching it, like swapping lipglosses or drinking someone else's Limeaid from SONIC...
Cuz' I'm SURE...{no}, I'm positive she's NEVER kissed a boy....hahahaha
OK, All kidding aside...My sweet-girl is SO-SICK....she is on steroids to get her tonsils back to a normal size, they were so swollen she wasn't being able to get air...
Yep, you heard me, NO-AIR....FREAKin-ME-OUT-TOTALLY....I think last-night aged me 40 more years...but who's counting or looking anymore..:)
So I'm hoping and praying the meds help quick...{little-girlfriend} needs to breathe!!!
{she's} also in a tremendous amount of pain right now...
And on-top of it all the Doc. thinks she's anemic, which can't be helping with the fatigue...
Prayers or healing vibes sent her way would be so nice and much appreciated right now...THANKS!
Just for your info...Who knows maybe one day you'll need this ..and I will have helped you in some small way...LOL!!!
How is it contracted:
“Mono” is spread by ways other than kissing. You can catch mono if an infectious person coughs or sneezes in your face. Or, if you sip from the same straw or drink from the same glass after an infected friend.
Contrary to what most parents think, mono is not caught that easily.
A person can only contract mono once, and most people are immune.
Signs and symptoms of mononucleosis may include:
Sore throat, perhaps a strep throat that doesn't get better with antibiotics
Swollen lymph nodes in your neck and armpits
Swollen tonsils
Skin rash
Loss of appetite
Soft, swollen spleen
Night sweats
The virus typically has an incubation period of four to eight weeks.
Signs and symptoms such as fever and sore throat usually lessen within a couple of weeks, although fatigue, enlarged lymph nodes and a swollen spleen may last for a few weeks longer

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