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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I think my meds might be off. . . .

The last couple weeks or 3 or 4 possibly 5 maybe 6. . . .I have been feeling 'not like myself ' much. I of course just assume it is me, going through something, but I have been looking into my medication's side effects. Unfortunately my transplant coordinator has not contacted me with any results from my last 2 blood work. So I am hoping she will contact me soon. When I tried to call her, I was only "allowed" to speak to the receptionist apparently. .. ..weird. I know they are busy, but keeping track of my blood work and med levels are important and it pretty much only affects one person. . .ME! I have noticed a decline in excitement level, happiness, cheerfulness and creativity. The only thing I can really suspect would cause those changes would be my medications or vitamins being low. I will confess, I don't take ALL my vitamins EVERY day (my bad), but I do take my meds RIGHT on time to the exact minute usually :) Anyhow, I think it has also been reflected in a few of my recent posts. But I am going to make sure I get some answers and make some changes so I can feel like "ME" again. :)

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Thank You for taking the time to read my blog. I am hoping that through this blog and my experiences that I can bring hope, faith and strength to all that may be living with Cystic Fibrosis, CF with Cepacia and Lung Transplant recipients. Information and blog entrees start Nov. 07. My Double Lung Transplant was on Dec. 10th 2007. Please feel free to read about my experience and ask me any questions! My email address is jamiebug77@gmail.com

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