My neighbor that I mentioned before, the staff here isn’t allowed to tell me what’s going on with him, but I did hear one of them talking to him on the phone this morning, and they said, “Wow, I didn’t know veins could do that.”
I now assume he has veinitis. Poor guy, he’ll probably have to have them all removed.
This is weird. It sounds like someone is carving something into my front door. I don't feel like opening it.
Edit: It occurs to me this sound should probably have me fearing for my life, but I'm just trying to take some advice I received earlier today and go with the flow. It'll be interesting to see what was carved when it's finished.
I’m trying to figure out why I’m always up in the middle of the night. My theory is that I take my evening Klonopin too early, and thus sleep too early. It doesn’t really explain why I only seem to sleep three hours at a time though. I think maybe my morning Klonopin messes with my schedule too. I often take a nap after it.
Rexulti says to be careful of overheating, but I'm afraid of the opposite thing. Case in point, my temperature was 96.7 degrees just now. I've also lost about 10 pounds in the last four days. I attribute both to running low on food in my apartment.
I was supposed to go grocery shopping for myself yesterday, but fell asleep in the morning and missed my chance. Honestly though, I'm still kinda afraid to go to the grocery store. Haven't done it since the pandemic began.
96.9 degrees this morning. I guess that’s an improvement over yesterday morning, but I’m still worried. The things that cause high temperatures tend to be temporary, but the things that cause low temperatures are usually permanent. It’s especially weird that I’m experiencing this despite being on Rexulti in June in the South.
Edit: An internet search said it could be hypothyroidism, but although I have like every symptom of that, I don’t have any of the risk factors except family history. My sister takes thyroid medication.
I was just reminded that my health is pretty good, all things considered. The neighbor I mentioned just got back, and he had multiple blood clots in his lungs, apparently pieces of a larger clot that broke apart and went up there. He's fine now, but he could hardly breathe when he left for the hospital.
So what if I have a few temperature readings in the 96 range? Hypothermia starts in the 94 range.