Just Give Me 10 Days ~ Round 113

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  • CamandJarvis
    CamandJarvis Posts: 1,232 Member
    edited May 2020
    musicsax wrote: »
    @kecward78 - I was interested in this too as was one of my neighbours I was talking across to yesterday. Boxing day I started with a 24 hour "bug", on comparing notes we both had a very high temperature, but felt tremdesly freezing cold, extremely fatigued & had no desire to eat whatsoever (which is not me!!). After 24 hours started to feel a bit better. Both of us wonder if we had contracted a mild version of the virus!! Who knows?

    Back in late December (Christmas, actually) I got suddenly sick out of nowhere. Thought it was the beginning of a sinus infection (which I never had until I started working at that place and had 5 in one year). Went away and suddenly had pneumonia (first tested for the flu but it came back negative). Monday woke up face sore (like sinus infection) and by Thursday they were debating whether to hospitalize me with pneumonia. They gave me 3 meds and sent me home on strict quarantine for 4 days. Meds helped and by New Years, I was back up and functional. Took until mid-January until my lungs started feeling better, but that's just the case with that severe of pneumonia. Said it could be 6 weeks or 6 months to feel 100% again, glad it was on the faster end. I've been wondering (as I heard the reports of November cases in China) if I had a very early strain of it.
  • dawnbgethealthy
    dawnbgethealthy Posts: 4,972 Member
    wellnfree wrote: »
    @dawnbgethealthy - Maybe it's the weather, lol. I'm also in S.E. BC and even though I'm doing the same as always suddenly I seem to be going up a lb. a day.

    Thanks : - )
    Nice to see someone else in the SE B.C. area : - )
    For sure those 2 rainy days when I have so much to do in the yard derailed me. It definitely felt like water retention. Have to squish that out somehow lol.
  • quiltingjaine
    quiltingjaine Posts: 3,978 Member
    @kecward78 I have read a couple of different articles that said basically the same thing although one said the first case was diagnosed in Wuhan on November 17 and the second article said mid-October. My husband was sure he had “flu” and was tested but that was negative. At that point we hadn’t heard anything about COVID. We wonder if he had it. He felt bad enough that he used his nebulizer early without me nagging him about it.
  • quiltingjaine
    quiltingjaine Posts: 3,978 Member
    Female 5’0” Age 70 years
    Started Keto WOE 7/17/17 (mid-Rnd 10)
    *Travel - no scale part of the time
    Weight on 1/17/17 174.5
    OGW 137 (set by WW 2008)
    UGW 125 (HS weight 1968)

    SW Rnd 7 167 AW 165.8
    SW Rnd 8 168* AW 166.1
    SW Rnd 9 164.5* AW 165.5
    SW Rnd 10 167.5 AW 165.3 Start Keto
    SW Rnd 11 163 AW 163.5h
    SW Rnd 12 162.5 AW 160.2
    SW Rnd 13 159.5 AW 159.1
    SW Rnd 14 158.5 AW 158.9
    SW Rnd 15 158 AW 157.25
    SW Rnd 16 156 AW 155.9
    SW Rnd 17 155.5 AW 156.5
    SW Rnd 18 157.5 AW 156.15
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    SW Rnd 20 155.5* AW 155
    SW Rnd 21 154.5 AW 152.15
    SW Rnd 22 152.5 AW 152.2
    SW Rnd 23 151 AW 150.2
    SW Rnd 24 150 AW 148.8
    SW Rnd 25 147.5 AW 147.3
    SW Rnd 26 148.5 AW 145.4
    SW Rnd 27 146* AW 144.72
    SW Rnd 28 145* AW 145.5
    SW Rnd 29 146.5 AW 145.8
    SW Rnd 30 146 AW 145.65
    SW Rnd 31 146.5 AW 144.45
    SW Rnd 32 144.5 AW 143.3
    SW Rnd 33 141.5 AW 140.6
    SW Rnd 34 140.0 AW 140.75
    SW Rnd 35 139.5 AW 139.25
    SW Rnd 36 138.5 AW 138.85
    SW Rnd 37 139.0 AW 138.2
    SW Rnd 38 139.5* AW 136.9
    SW Rnd 39 137.0* No end/avg weight
    SW Rnd 40 ???.?* 5 day avg 137.6
    SW Rnd 41 137.5 AW 138.2
    SW Rnd 42 my 36 138.0 AW 136.15
    SW Rnd 43 136.5 AW 135.5
    SW Rnd 44 133.5 AW 134.55
    SW Rnd 45 134.0 AW 134.35
    SW Rnd 46* 133.5 AW 133.28 (9 Days)
    SW Rnd 47* 133.5 AW 133.0 (9 Days)
    SW Rnd 48 133.5 AW 134.05
    SW Rnd 49 134.0 AW 133.85
    SW Rnd 50* 134.5 AW 134.6 (9 Days)
    SW Rnd 51* 133.5 No scale on ship
    SW Rnd 52* 134.0 AW 133.42 (6 Days)
    SW Rnd 53 131.5 AW 131.9
    SW Rnd 54 131.0 AW 131.6
    SW Rnd 55* 131.5 AW 129.66
    SW Rnd 56* 128.5 AW 130.7
    SW Rnd 57 131.5 AW 130.85
    SW Rnd 58 131.0 AW 130.6
    SW Rnd 59 132.0 AW 131.3
    SW Rnd 60 131.5 AW 131.85
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    SW Rnd 62 132.0 AW 131.6
    SW Rnd 63 132.5 AW 131.55
    SW Rnd 64 131.5 AW 130.65
    SW Rnd 65 129.5 AW 129.2
    SW Rnd 66 129.0 AW 128.75
    SW Rnd 67 128.0 AW 128.65
    SW Rnd 68* 129.0 AW 129.41 (6 days)
    SW Rnd 69* 131.0 (only 1 day left) AW 131.25
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    SW Rnd 71 129.0 AW 128.25
    SW Rnd 72 128.0. AW 128.8
    SW Rnd 73 129.5 AW 129.5
    SW Rnd 74 128.5 AW 127.9
    SW Rnd 75 126.5 AW 126.0
    SW Rnd 76* 126.0 AW 123.36(7 days
    SW Rnd 77 SW 125.0 AW 125.7
    SW Rnd 78 125.5 AW 125.1
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    SW RND 81 124.0 AW 124.65
    SW Rnd 82 125.5 AW 124.35
    SW Rnd 83 123.0 AW 121.75
    SW Rnd 84 121.0 AW 120.95
    SW Rnd 85 120.5 AW 120.5
    SW Rnd 86 120.5 AW 121.15
    SW Rnd 87* 121.0 ended on travel
    SW Rnd 88* 122.0 on 9/1 AW 121.75
    SW Rnd 89 120.5 AW 121.21
    SW Rnd 90 122.0 AW 121.35
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    SW Rnd 92 121.5 AW 120.9
    SW Rnd 93 120.5 AW 120.45
    SW Rnd 94 119.5 AW 121.45
    SW Rnd 95 123.5 AW 122.4
    SW Rnd 96 122.0 AW 121.6
    SW Rnd 97 121.0 AW 120.22
    SW Rnd **98 119.0 Travel NWIs
    SW Rnd **99(late) 126.5 😮 AW 123.79
    SW Rnd 100 121.0 AW 121.75
    SW Rnd 101 121.0 AW 120.95
    SW Rnd 102 120.5 AW 121.05
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    SW Rnd 104 120.0 AW 120.9
    Rnd 105 SW 122.5 AW 120.8
    Rnd 106 SW 121.0 AW 120.5
    Rnd 107 SW 122.0. AW 120.6
    Rnd 108 SW 122.0 AW 121.0
    Rnd 109 SW 120.5 AW 120.4
    Rnd 110 SW 121.0 AW 120.3
    Rnd 111 SW 120.5 AW 120.6
    Rnd 112 SW 120.0 AW 119.2


    We ALL have good rounds and bad but that is part of life. Don’t stay away, stay accountable. We don’t judge, we support.-Jpv,2/13/19

    What we need to succeed is a sustainable way of eating, not a DIET we go on and off.

    This is NOT A DIET. It’s a LIFESTYLE.

    Rnd 113
    05/06 119.5
    *****
    05/07 120.5 Reaction to carbs. I wasn’t excessive but my body hates them. Only 30 total grams, 26 net but the good news is that those tortilla chips I used to love are really not that good. Amazing how taste changes when you avoid that garbage. Also bloated and my shorts are tight when they were loose a couple of days ago.
    05/08 120.0
    05/09 120.5
  • kecward78
    kecward78 Posts: 229 Member
    bearly63 wrote: »
    @kecward78 We have the same issue. My DH went to India for 2 weeks in late Nov/Early Dec. Got sick (always does) with a fever, aches, slight cough. Took some antibiotics the doc gave him to take with him. He came home and proceeded to have the dry cough for about 3 weeks. Same deal with the guy that he traveled with. I am having him go get the Cellex antibody test next week as we are curious. I have doctor friends that said they saw Covid symptoms circulating in fall that tested negative for Influenza. My son lives in NYC. We are pretty sure he had it in March. Never got tested since he was not having major breathing issues but felt crappy for about 5 days. He is coming home in a few weeks and I have an appt for him to get the antibody test.

    It sounds like your family had the same as us. It was that dry, persistent cough that was the worst. Just couldn't shake it and kept us up half the night with little rest. Maybe we were both starting to get over it when I finally took my mom to her doctor... and that's why the antibiotics were enough to finish it off. I'm just sad to see so many losing their lives over something that could have been handled better by our politicians, if they had been more aggressive and helped out all of us little guys.
  • kecward78
    kecward78 Posts: 229 Member
    musicsax wrote: »
    @kecward78 - I was interested in this too as was one of my neighbours I was talking across to yesterday. Boxing day I started with a 24 hour "bug", on comparing notes we both had a very high temperature, but felt tremdesly freezing cold, extremely fatigued & had no desire to eat whatsoever (which is not me!!). After 24 hours started to feel a bit better. Both of us wonder if we had contracted a mild version of the virus!! Who knows?

    Back in late December (Christmas, actually) I got suddenly sick out of nowhere. Thought it was the beginning of a sinus infection (which I never had until I started working at that place and had 5 in one year). Went away and suddenly had pneumonia (first tested for the flu but it came back negative). Monday woke up face sore (like sinus infection) and by Thursday they were debating whether to hospitalize me with pneumonia. They gave me 3 meds and sent me home on strict quarantine for 4 days. Meds helped and by New Years, I was back up and functional. Took until mid-January until my lungs started feeling better, but that's just the case with that severe of pneumonia. Said it could be 6 weeks or 6 months to feel 100% again, glad it was on the faster end. I've been wondering (as I heard the reports of November cases in China) if I had a very early strain of it.

    I really do think that many of us had an early version of this thing. It sounds like you had one of the worst experiences, but I'm really happy you were able to get past it. It did feel like a sinus infection (with sinus pressure) and a low grade cold, but for us, the persistent cough was the worst.
  • kecward78
    kecward78 Posts: 229 Member
    @kecward78 I have read a couple of different articles that said basically the same thing although one said the first case was diagnosed in Wuhan on November 17 and the second article said mid-October. My husband was sure he had “flu” and was tested but that was negative. At that point we hadn’t heard anything about COVID. We wonder if he had it. He felt bad enough that he used his nebulizer early without me nagging him about it.

    Sounds like you're in the same boat as so many of us. For those of us that are older, trying to lose weight and/or are immunocompromised, I'm surprised that we have come through this as well as we have. Many of us fall under one or more of these *worst case scenarios* where we would be most at risk. I'm just really concerned since the public pressure is on for everyone to *get back out there*, even if it is still, obviously, not safe.
  • musicsax
    musicsax Posts: 2,990 Member
    @bearly63 -interesting ! I would be intersted to know the results of the antibody test when you have them. In the UK we don't have the facility to have the antibody test yet.
  • musicsax
    musicsax Posts: 2,990 Member
    @MomLarisa - Congratulations! That is absolutely fabulous !!