Feeling Better  

LoveSpell50 60F
54 posts
7/27/2006 4:40 pm

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8/1/2006 1:57 pm

Feeling Better

Finally I am feeling better. The hives are all but gone. Benadryl helped, but they ended up giving me cortisone pills too. My feet got so swollen I could hardly walk. My eyes swelled up halfway shut. Fun.

It was, they think, an allergic reaction to the Wellbutrin they gave me to help me stop smoking. So I'm still smoking, but not as much. It just isn't as interesting any more.

I still feel a little punchy and weak from being so dopey all last week. But I can finally concentrate again. Of course, all I am concentrating on is sex, but still.

And I now have plans to meet with a special someone next week. I know him from here, but I've never met him before.

This could be fun.

Hooray! Health is good!

The art is a sculpture by Luther Gerlach, Eros and Psyche.


sexymamma662003 31F

7/27/2006 6:19 pm

hmmmm ya know this looks all to familiar. are you sure you are new?

im glad you are feeling better though

~sexy~


HighPocKets1938 77M

7/27/2006 10:59 pm

Glad to hear you are better dear, I feel for you. I have been there and it is no fun either. Hope your meeting next week goes absolutely perfect for you and he is a real Gentleman too. You need a real good one for awhile anyway. Just dont forget the rules though, I don't want you to go jumping his bones for the first 15 minutes at least, and then let the hormones go hog wild.


Myhoneysrooster 68M
882 posts
7/28/2006 1:36 am

Glad to hear you are doing better. Hey if those stop smokin gpills work let me know. I been trying for 30 years and havent quit yet.
good to see you here. We like new folks around these neck of the woods. lol


MikeMix47 63M
206 posts
7/28/2006 9:14 am

Whew!!! I'm so glad to hear that you're doing better. You had me worried, hon.
By the way, the best way I've found to quit smoking is to quit with a buddy. It helps to go through the pains with someone who is in the same boat.


AstirRelicLatah 64M
1993 posts
7/28/2006 9:21 am

I used a program to quit smoking from the American Lung Association called freedom from smoking in 30 days. It's sort of behavior modification program. No drugs and it worked like a charm for me. Haven't smoked in over 25 years. I don't know if they still have it, but if they do it's great.


rm_safer69 65
24 posts
7/28/2006 12:00 pm

OK, I'll buy that about the other woman...ya.. sure I will.
Glad to hear your hives are under control and the swelling has gone down.
Doctors will kill you.
Why do you think they call it practiceing medicine? Their still trying to get it right.
The " TWIT" should have read your file and considered that you had taken another medication. The money and time wasted is nothing compared to the total lack of care given at some drive thru clinic.
It was mentioned that you are possibly meeting somone next week. Too soon possibly? After what you've just been through give yourself some time...


SolarPowered0 67M
8018 posts
7/28/2006 2:35 pm

Don't do it. It can only lead to a recurrence of those hives!

Solar...(out of the clear blue of the Western Sky)


flagg134 36M
1582 posts
7/28/2006 3:32 pm

Its good to hear that all your health woes are gone for the moment and that it wasn't anything serious. Good luck with the fellow your going to meet next week, although I should probably wish him luck. He seems to have enough of that though already he gets to meet you.

RF


wanderlust01970 50M

7/29/2006 4:55 am

Happy to see that your better these days. I was beginning to worry that there was something more serious to your health. Good luck with your new friend!


JuicyBBW1001 54F

7/30/2006 7:12 am

Good for you and I hope you have fun on your date.

Juicy


MoonRise9 58M

7/31/2006 8:57 pm

I'm glad to hear you're feeling better.


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