Today was another so-so day. Health-wise the day was almost a repeat of yesterday, my stomach just would not cooperate. Like yesterday, I went to the cancer center to get again some hydration. After the hydration, I stay there for most of the day to make sure my stomach problems stayed under control. Dianne and I went home around 4:00.
Another bad day. Health-wise the day started with a high temperature, 99.8F, that never variated by more than 2F. I stayed in bed until 9:00, at with time I went downstairs and had a multi-grain bagel for breakfast. I rested for the whole day, having around lunch some stomach pain that lasted for about 2 hours. I also encountered some wet-sweat at the start of the high temperature around 6:00 AM.
Today was another, not a good day. Health-wise the day started with some light stomach pains. I stayed in bed until 8:00, at with time I went downstairs and had a light breakfast and got ready for my walk with Dean around 9:00. However, as it turned out I started to have a high temperature which kept me inside for the day. My temperature when up and down all day. Further, after my radiation session, I started to have bad pain in my shoulder plates keeping me down for the evening.
Today was not a good day. Health-wise today was not much different from yesterday, still have my cold. Today I felt very lightheaded, loss of energy, and lack of wanting to do things. After breakfast I rested, falling asleep thanks for the cold medication I took. For the whole day I felt like being under the weather, if it was not my stomach, it was my shoulders or rib area. There is not much more to say, I was just down and out.
Today was again not a good day. My cold was still there but did not get worse. I stayed in bed until about 10:00. In the morning my temperature was 100.4F, taken Tylenol got the temperature down. My running nose started to slow down, however, it was replaced by coughing, I finally took some DayQuil for it. At day end my cough got worse again.
Today was a bad day! Health-wise, I woke up with a lot of pain in new location. Instead of getting up early I stayed in bed until about 9:00. Getting up I did also have a little bit of dizziness and stomach issues. I took my medication, however about 10 minutes later I had to throw up. Not sure what triggered it. I rested for a bit before I eat some toast and drank. My stomach settled down allowing me to take my morning medication. I rested until lunch time, by which time my pain levels were much lower. After my radiation session in the afternoon, I rested to allow my pain and stomach issues to stay in check.
Today was another good day! I woke up with a little bit of dizziness and stomach issues, taken the medication clear it up and it held true for the rest of the day. As to my shoulder pain/discomfort, it was presented all day long. In the beginning the level was rather high, but as the day progressed the level did go down. By day-end the pains were still there with the pain levels way down.
Today was another so-so day! I woke early with some dizziness and stomach issues and took my medication for it before getting back to sleep. By the time I got up, both, dizziness and stomach issues, we’re almost gone. For the rest of the day, my stomach pain and dizziness were gone. However, my shoulder pain/discomfort did not go away. By day end the pains were still there waiting for me to rest.
Today was a so-so day! I woke up again early with some dizziness and stomach issues. Getting up there was a little bit of improvement, enough to go for my walk. For the rest of the day, my stomach pain and dizziness did finally go away. However my shoulder pain/discomfort did not go away, instead, it went up and down depending on my activities.
Today was another so-so day! Starting with the health-related items, the day started with dizziness and stomach issues. My shoulder’s comfort/pain level was at an elevated pain level, then normally at the start of the day. However, no hip or ankle pain. For most of the day, my stomach pain and dizziness did not go away, even with taking the medication as prescribed, if anything it kept it in check, not allowing to take over.