Thursday, November 12, 2020

Not a Good Day Yesterday


I ended up going home early from work. I am usually in the museum on Wednesdays and work from home the rest of the week. Yesterday though, the bursitis in my hit was hurting something terrible. My stomach was cramping and in pain from the antibiotic for the abscessed tooth. For some reason, my neck was bothering me. My tooth is still hurting, even though it should be getting better, which caused me to have a bad headache all day. Basically, from the hip up, I was in pain. So, I headed home at lunch. I had to leave anyway for my COVID test that we have to take every three weeks per university policy. After the test, I just went home and worked for the rest of the day from home.

I hate days like yesterday. Nothing seems to be going right. Maybe today will be a better day. I'm sorry to be complaining about my health. I just didn't feel well yesterday, and I didn't have anything else to post.


Anonymous said...

Joe, you have a sympathetic audience here. If you can't express yourself here, where else can you do so? I am sorry about the bursitis which is VERY painful. Let's hope the tooth improves, removing one source of pain. Roderick

Joe said...

Roderick, my tooth seems to be feeling better today. I am not in as much pain as I was yesterday.

jr73080 said...

We all go through days like that. Just remember one thing we do care. Have a great tomorrow!

Anonymous said...

how long are you going to have to wait for your Covid-19 Test Results. Since I tested Positive in early Oct 2020 I have not been in the Office. I get retested every week even thou according to the CDC Website I am no danger of passing on the virus since I have no symptoms after the 14 Quarintine Period. I am still testing Positive so it is work from home


Joe said...

Jon, in the past, when I have taken the university administered tests, I have gotten the results back in 24-48 hours. I should hear later this evening. If not tonight, then most likely I will hear early tomorrow morning. We get an email saying our results are available, and we log into the designated website to get the results. If we are positive, we are contacted by the university's doctor, who happens to be in the same practice as my doctor.

Jon, I also hope you are recovering well from testing positive.

Anonymous said...


I have not had any symptoms for over 4 weeks but since I still test positive I am working from home. Kaiser put me on an anti-Biotic to take care of the gut issues and just sent me home to rest and relax. Which has become boring since I still have to work from home.

Will get tested again Monday and i hope for the best Results COVID-19 NEG

I hope you remain Negative and Healthy since we ALL Love your blog