Friday, December 21, 2012

I Called It

Hubby's down.

Fever of 101F.

"I'm achy," he says.

"It's the flu," I say.

"No, no it's not." His lips tighten and he glares at me.

Diagnosis? Denial.

But thermometers don't lie.

So we'll see whether I succumb or not.

2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh can I copy and past your blog to mine. EXACT same story here. EVERY DETAIL!!

    Hope "not the flu" doesn't catch either of us!!

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  2. Oh no. Flu in the house is about as scary as it gets. I too have exogenous cushings from a lifetime of asthma steroid sprays and pred at times if i got flu. Nothing terrifies me more than getting flu with my asthma. Now i have adrenal insuffiency as well i just cant imagine what would happen.
    Am in the middle of steroid withdrawal and am housebound but i might resort to spraying hubby down with dettol when he gets home.
    Am praying you dont catch it. Stay well please.
    Debs

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Thanks for your comment. I read all comments and do my best to respond to questions, usually in a new post.

If you have adrenal issues and want to connect with other patients the following message boards are wonderful resources:

http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/adrenal-insufficiency-discussions/general-support

http://www.addisonssupport.com/