What a crazy week. On Tuesday or was it Wednesday? I went to work all feeling fine then half a hour in I got dizzy and fainty. A few seconds later I was running to the toilet and started vomiting. My stomach was in stabbing pains. I have never been in this much pain in all my life! I was taken to hospital by a workmate (we are 3 mins from the hospital).
They gave me maxalon for the nausea and morphine straight into my stomach for the pain. The morphine did nothing. I was still wiggling around on the bed in agnony so they game me something else through my canula (i cant remember what it was called) but 20 minutes later it finally settled the pain. I had fevers for about 3 days reaching up yo and over 40 degrees but the fevers are just a normal thing for me now.
The Drs did blood tests and the next afternoon I was sent home with a 2 new neds one for the pains and one to help line my stomach as they thought I could have stomach ulcers. Fair call.
I had the next couple of days resting in bed at home but managed to work 3 hours on Friday!
Saturday my husband bought me back to the hospital as I had broken out in this red rash all down my legs. The Dr got me to stop taking one of the new meds she believed I could be having a reaction to, gave me a high dose antihistamine and off I went back home. She told me if things got worse to come back in.
The following morning I woke up and the rash was still there. I Took all my tabelts and the rash got worse. So off we went back to the hospital.
I was taken of my second new medication as well. Blood tests were done again and I went home with another antihistamine.
Just before 6pm the Dr called and he wanted me to come back in. There were some issues with my bloods and in particular my liver. He said I am mystery and the rash has him baffled. He phoned my oncologist office and together they decided to keep my in hopsital and get an ultrasound done the next day, pump me full of antibiotics and potassium and do further blood tests.
So here I am again in hospital with no TV looking like a Leopard and no closer to having answers. The Drs and nurses are all so lovely though. Here is a pic of one of my Leopard legs! Weird hey?