The needler in the haystack.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

I'm giving up and going to the doctor


 
Superman is no more. After 27 years since last seeing a doctor, I am bowing to my body's messages and going to the doctor.

What I thought was the 24-hour bug a week ago has left me still not up to speed, sleeplless  and with no appetite.

So, posts may be light or erratic over the next few days.

Appreciate your understanding.


 
-- Dan Damon [follow]

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12 comments:

Bob said...

I'm glad your body won out and I hope you feel better soon. Listening to your body and taking its hints usually is a good thing. Take care.

Bob

Anonymous said...

Dan - feel better. You must take care of yourself :)

Agness McLean said...

Thank the Lord you are using your head and going to the doctor!

Anonymous said...

Feel better!

Anonymous said...

Get Well Dan. Plainfield will still be here doing the same thing when your dead and gone. So take care of yourself and get better.

Anonymous said...

Feel better Dan and get your health under control. Your life, health and strength is more important than blogging. Take care my friend and get better soon.

Jackie

Anonymous said...

dan, i was the same way and didnt realize i had a bad appendix about to burst..afterward, the wise doctor discussed about men and doctor visits. men just avoid going to the doctors office, out of stubborness. he gave me a rule of thumb to follow. If whatever you have doesnt go away in 7-9 days then definitely go see a doctor. He said usually anything we catch can take a good 9 days to go away for sure adn then you have no worry. Looks like you had a day or two left on your wait....but of course better to be safe than sorry. we men are idiots when it comes to health matters.

Anonymous said...

DAN HOPE YOU ARE OK

Anonymous said...

Hope you are feeling better soon!

Anonymous said...

Dan Please get some rest. hope you feel better soon

Renee

Anonymous said...

Dan,
How are you?

Anonymous said...

Take care of yourself Dan. That is way to long for anyone not to have visited the doctor!