I don’t do being sick

The nausea got so bad the other night, that I thought I might end up in casualty, which is what we call the emergency room.

I don’t know why they call it casualty. Its rather strange.

Maybe because you go in with something wrong with you?

Anyway. I’m expecting a fun weekend, not!

I’m assuming I’m going to get more nausea, because I’m upping my dose of Trulicity!

I’m kind of hoping it won’t happen, but we shall see. My fingers are crossed for it not to happen.

Because, I’m not a good patient! I don’t do being sick well at all!


How do you do when your sick, are you a good patient?

FOWC with Fandango — Casualty – This, That, and the Other (fivedotoh.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

2 thoughts on “I don’t do being sick”

  1. Beyond being brought chicken soup,Sprite,and a barf bucket,it is best to leave me alone. I am a cranky uncooperative patient.

    I tried a new over the counter med yesterday and spent 2 hours sick until my throat was sore. Glad it passed.
    Casualty? Makes it sound like they inrend to do you harm,lol. But you used “shattered” in a post and I thought,oh no,what bad news happened…but you meant it in terms of over exercising wearing you out. Words meaning different things based on geography amuse me. Brits talkvabout getting pissed laughingly and Americans are like,you think getting mad is funny? 🤣

    Hope you are able to ward off the barf goblins, being a sicky sucks.



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