Was feeling pretty shitty over the weekend so I got tested. Results came back today that I have covid. I have a very slight cough and the major symptoms I am experiencing is extreme body aches and fatigue. I go in for a monoclonal antibody infusion in the morning and have a virtual appointment to get an ivermectin script later tonight. So basically, I feel like shit and have accepted that it will be that way for a few days. Having said that, I would like to thank Tony Faucci for funding this virus and I hold him personally responsible for the shit I am dealing with right now. If I ever meet you in person, I plan on collapsing your face with a straight right.
You have the Flu
Oh no!!! You better wear a mask for the rest of your life and don’t ever come in contact with another human.
Relax for a day or two. Get a good book and enjoy the time off. Easy peasy.
If I may recommend, Choke by Chuck Palahniuk. Very quick and relaxing read.
Are you A horse???
Fun book but he’s probably read it already, super old lol.
Just wait 2 weeks.
I thought about taking a few days off but that feels like a waste of PTO. I am doing well except for the body aches. I am starting book 2 of the Bubba the Monster Hunter series. I am getting some good redneck entertainment there.
Ive been on this for practically the whole plandemic. Mild symptoms, both variants. Ay te wacho!
I take a ton of supplements and that is probably why I am not having the bad respiratory symptoms.
Ive had those same symptoms for the past 2 weeks or so.
Are you a great big fat person?
If so, worry, if not … you probably good.
In, to hear OP’s fatness
Good luck, man. Keep us updated.
Dont underestimate it. Had for a week and right when I thought I was getting better the next day had breathing problems. Next day real bad and went to hospital. Turned pneumonia. Stayed there for 6 days. Fever for 2 weeks straight.
When it was all said and done and I was released just taking a bath or any simple task I was exhausted. Needed oxygen a few times.
Yes I’m a fat fucker. 6’ 240 but pretty active.