Today was a long day. Since I tested positive on Tuesday and was in the hospital over night sick as crap, I've had absolutely no energy. Since my initial symptoms were Chest Pain and Difficulty Breathing and dealing with a Kidney Stone, it was a rough start. Luckily the Chest pains have eased and the oxygen has helped the breathing. I had to go back to the hospital today for repat EKG and Bloodwork. Never new 1 little 15 minute trip to, the hospital could wear me out so much. Then getting there is kind of freaky, as you have to go directly to the COVID ER Ward, so you go in directly through this wierd door in the side of the building. I've used this hospital for myself, my family and my employment for the last 20 years and I never realized that door was there, it's painted just like the wall and there is no doorknob on it, so you just don't realize it's a door.
But you get there, security calls and it opens up, you step in and get suited up COVID style and stuck in a wheelchair and escorted to your room. Once you're in that room,you don't leave until you're done...x-rays, EKG's, and and all testing takes place in that room, if you have to pee, there's a little portable toilet beside the bed....everything happens in that room.
So I got my tests and then had to get a couple of bags of IV fluids because I was a little dry, this stupid Kidney Stone is not cooperating. But everything was well, the chest pains were gone, my Blood Pressure was low and my heart rate was low, but acceptable, so after my IV fluids I got to go home. Unless there are any problems I don't have to go back until Tuesday. Fun, Fun, Fun!!!
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