So far, so good

Well, Its 4 Pm now and I haven’t had any nausea after taking my Trulicity this morning.

I’m hoping that it stays that way.

Its positive that I didn’t have any, but I did get two bad bouts of diarrhea.

I have eaten my dinner though and now I am feeling good.

I do feel a little tired, but I’m going to push through the tiredness until tonight.

I had a call from Kay, whose my fill in community psychiatric nurse while Sarah is away on holidays.

We had a good chat. Sarah will be back next week.

From next week, all of my support people are back, thank goodness!

Ok, off to drink my cup of tea now before it goes cold!

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.

4 thoughts on “So far, so good”

  1. So glad you don’t have any nausea so far. I’m so sorry about the diarrhea though. I think it’s wise to push through the tiredness or you might not sleep tonight. Glad your chat with Kay went well.

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