I am here and I am not sure how. I had a horrible night last night and almost called 911 tocall and pick me up. My son put me to bed last night and I couldn't even talk. I woke this morning and fell out of bed on my head trying to get to the phone, I finally was able to get the phone and it was DH telling me he was taking the day off. I started to cry and was able to get back in bed after 20 minutes and fell asleep to be woken back up in an hour from DH telling me he was on his way to the store. My whole body hurt so bad like I was beaten with a baseball bat and still had a horrid headache. My son was so worried after I got out of the shower andI took my meds but still couldn't move or talk well. I told Dh I had a bad relapse but heseems not to hear very well and now he us drinking Jim Beam and coke and playing guitar hero. Not sure why but I am having trouble swollowing and still can't see well. I will let my dr know when I see him. I am still not well and I thank you for caring and I am sorry I couldn't respond well at all tonight nor this morning. I really thank you all for checking on me and being there and so sorry I scared you. I still have body tremours and I am scared still from this relapse. I needed you all last night and I thank you for your positive thoughts sent my way. Love You All!!
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