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I am tired of being in isolation


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1 minute ago, Kirby said:

I'm sorry you're still feeling not great.  Is it mainly fatigue or other symptoms as well? 

Today I have a fever and my cough continues 

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I was getting stir crazy after my last concussion.  I know it’s not the same as I wasn’t contagious but being in self imposed shut down mode or isolation does wear on you. 

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20 minutes ago, Old No. 7 said:

Sorry to hear that you are not doing well. I snacked on some Herr's Old Bay Cheese Curls hoping that would help. I will try again tomorrow.

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Alexa tells me it should be sunny near you tomorrow.  Can you go sit outside on your nice porch area as long as Einstein stays away?  Reading and a nap in the sun sounds nice.

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11 minutes ago, Prophet Zacharia said:

How many days is this? My wife had about 4-5 days of fever, then started to feel better. Cough persisted a while longer. But that was Delta.

This is day 4 of being positive. First day with fever. 

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10 hours ago, ChrisL said:

I was getting stir crazy after my last concussion.  I know it’s not the same as I wasn’t contagious but being in self imposed shut down mode or isolation does wear on you. 

I'm not sure I could handle days of being cooped up in the secret lab.

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18 hours ago, Airehead said:

And I still feel crappy.   Better but not recovered 

I hope you've be better soon.

My BiL Brian is finding it slow going in recovering from his lung-lobe removal on March 23rd.

Lots of pain from the strained muscles, but mainly a frustration with the fact it will take his lungs a long time to get back to near-normal.

He gets out of breath from short walks and, strapped into a car - which he's now allowed to drive - he feels claustrophobic because the position limits his breathing.

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