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aussiesapphire
Dec 28, 2016
Lovely learning about other cultures and customs.

Went to the doctor and it was not pneumonia which was my concern, but it is bronchitis which I have dealt with in the past. On a course of antibiotics and that has a side effect with me which is not very pleasant. Thank you all for your concern and prayers.

"No problem is too great to place in God's hands."

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
pixipixil
Dec 28, 2016
If the course of antibiotics is like the one that gave me trench mouth years ao and you have the misfortune to contract it, you can get rid of it by drinking tonic water (the real kind with quinine in it). Maybe that would be a good thing to start so you don't get it. The side effects of these drugs can make you feel sicker than the disease. Sorry you are having a reaction. Run it past your doctor. You may need to switch.
JamieT
Dec 28, 2016
If your unpleasant side effect is the same as my frequent unpleasant side effect from antibiotics, yogurt might help some.
elijah13
Dec 28, 2016
Glad it's not pneumonia, only bronchitis--which is bad enough. Try to stay well in 2017. My prayers go out to you.
olamae61
Dec 28, 2016
I have had bronchitis and I don't like it either! God bless and Hugs! Hoping and praying you get well soon!
mamag15
Dec 28, 2016
Antibiotics makes my hubby sick too. He has been fighting bronchitis for the last 5 weeks. Feel better soon my Dear. I love the quote you gave us today. I need to remember that. Love and prayers.
aknan
Dec 28, 2016
Well, good that it's not pneumonia, but bronchitis is no fun either. Your quote today has been my motto for many years. Take care, dear aussie.
goof1953
Dec 28, 2016
Still praying for you aussie. May your days be bright and your nights be blessed. Grammy Hugs.
Coravee
Dec 28, 2016
Hope you are feeling better. The antibiotics they give here can foster thrush, which takes several forms. My granddaughter is in hospital with clots on the lung. Her baby will be 4 weeks old today. She hasn't been well since the birth, a lot of chest pain, which the Dr thought was pneumonia. She is on blood thinners, and just might get to go home today! Praise the Lord, and thank you who saw my post and prayed.
Coravee
Dec 28, 2016
And I forgot to say, she developed thrush from the antibiotics for pneumonia.
aussiesapphire
Dec 28, 2016
You hit it in one coravee, tried the yoghurt thing, but it did not work and most of the meds I have used do not help either. This is a new antibiotic so hopefully the side effects will be different. The whole thing has made me feel as though I am 150 years old with little energy for anything. However, living alone, I do not have much choice but to do the things that need to be done. Thank you all for caring and your prayers. Hugs.
pixipixil
Dec 28, 2016
That's what I meant by trench mouth--thrush--same thing. We are definitely on the same track Coravee.
Is she taking quinine for that? Tonic water clears it up. Prayers for her.
LuvsWesterns
Dec 28, 2016
JamieT's suggestion for yoghurt is excellent for anyone taking a course of antibiotics, but be sure it is yoghurt that has active cultures in it. By eating some daily (I eat at least six ounces per day) it will replace the friendly bacteria necessary in one's digestive tract that the antibiotics kill along with infectious bacteria.
carolsapple
Dec 28, 2016
Don't know what your reaction is but one course of treatment I had to switch. A doctor put me on a pencilliin drug and now it makes me itch. I had to call the doctors office and get a different antibiotics. There is one antiobiotic that's called Z-max or Zithromax. I've taken it and the effects aren't so bad. You take 6 pills instead of 30. If your tummy is bothering you my husband and I have taken yogurt. Don't know if your taking these drugs on an empty stomach and sometimes that's the problem. Get well aussie! I'm wondering if you can't sleep? It's usually worse at night. Talk to your doctor and ask for a cough medicine. Mine was with codeine for my bronchitis. Feel better!
aussiesapphire
Dec 29, 2016
Thrush is the problem so hopefully this new antibiotic (Alpha something) will not cause thrush. We will see what happens. Hugs.
KNadineM
Dec 29, 2016
Yeah, I've had thrush twice before. One time was last year and the other time was over ten years ago. It was from antibiotics and I hadn't liked yogurt at that point but the medicine my doctor gave me to rinse my mouth was gross so I tried some kiddie yogurt because I figured it would taste better than some I'd had before. It worked for me and then I eventually got into regular yogurt. The medicine I got for thrush last year was better tasting and I also ate yogurt to get rid of the thrush. I was at a different medical facility too this time.
tomandray
Dec 29, 2016
Get well soon, Aussiesapphire. Yes antibiotics can be very unpleasant. :( Take good care of yourself. :)
aussiesapphire
Dec 29, 2016
Thank you knadine and tomandray. It was suggested that tonic water was helpful too, so just did my grocery shopping and bought two bottles. Hugs.
carolsapple
Dec 30, 2016
I think that there's a drink that's yogurt. Then in the dairy section of the grocery. There's a probiotic - named Good Belly. Think that they have a website as well. I've used it when I was taking antibiotics. Antibiotics are known to cause tummy problems and the yogurt helps.
KNadineM
Dec 30, 2016
Thanks aussie, I'll try to remember the tonic water too if I ever get that again.
carolsapple
Dec 30, 2016
The yogurt is full of achidolphus - good bacteria. Those antiboitics kill both. You can buy pills in that form as well.
Coravee
Dec 31, 2016
Hope you are much better by this time., of both the bronchitis and the thrush. I don't know if Emily is still battling thrush, but she still has antibiotic, so there is a possibility. She is currently upset because the pulmonary embolisms could leave here very weak. She doesn't know that they will, but too many people have told her the worst case scenario.
carolsapple
Dec 31, 2016
When I met my hubby for the first time I was sick with Bronchitis. Couldn't sleep at all. Doctor ordered cough syrup with codeine.
pixipixil
Jan 2, 2017
He must have fallen head over heels with you if a case of bronchitis didn't discourage him!
JamieT
Dec 28, 2016
Happy Hanukkah for those who celebrate, and Happy Kwanza for those who celebrate that.

Those doughnuts look good with the powdered sugar. I wonder if they're homemade. My mom used to make doughnut holes using a can of biscuits, cut each biscuit into quarters, fry them in oil until they're about that color as the ones in the puzzle, place on paper towels to get rid of the oil, and then roll in sugar, powdered sugar, or brown sugar and cinnamon.
aknan
Dec 28, 2016
I remember those doughnuts, JamieT. Thanks for bringing that memory back for me.
Coravee
Dec 28, 2016
I just figured out an easy doughnut ball recipe. I didn't write down the recipe as I made it up, but I took pancake mix, a little sugar, some cinnamon, an egg and just enough milk to make a batter that would keep its shape. Get the oil to the right temp for deep fat frying, and use a small ice cream scoop to drop the batter in. My oil wasn't deep, so I had to turn them, but they were great, hot and rolled in cinnamon sugar. Now probably some creative person could make a diabetic version with splenda.
itsy60
Dec 28, 2016
Stevia or xyletol would be better for you than Splenda if you're diabetic. I use them all the time.
aknan
Dec 28, 2016
Coravee, it's sometimes not so much the sugar content but the total carbohydrates we have to watch. That said, those doughnuts sound delicious!
sharondarlene
Dec 28, 2016
Nice puzzle!
jas6415
Dec 28, 2016
Beautiful simple scene...Loved doing this one
Coravee
Dec 28, 2016
I like these seasonal puzzles and welcome info about other cultures. Thanks, CJ4. I think I should find the recipe for those rolls!
elijah13
Dec 28, 2016
Interesting puzzle.
pixipixil
Dec 28, 2016
Shalom to all.
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