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JDTAY

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My thermometer just read 99.3 degrees. Just checking in to make sure that I’m still tethered to this world.

Edit: Back down to 98.5 degrees. That didn’t last long.
 
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JDTAY

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99.1 after my morning shower. Was the water too hot? Possibly.

COVID-19 is possible too. I’m still like the only person in my family who hasn’t had it yet. They all live in large households though. I’m lucky to have my own apartment.

Edit: Back down to 98.5 degrees. I won’t stay lucky forever though. I have to go grocery shopping and go to a restaurant today.
 
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Been having nocturia. Healthline says anxiety can cause that. That’s good, because I was worried about my prostate.
 

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My temperature did dip down to 98.5, but now it’s back up to 99.4 without me eating anything since that last post. I might actually be sick this time. We’ll see how tonight goes.

Edit: Pulse oximeter says my oxygen is fine, but my pulse is 130 standing, 115 sitting. That’s a bit higher than usual.

Edit 2: Back down to 98.3. This is getting predictable. I guess I should just accept that my temperature spikes to 99 at random times.
 
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99.6 degrees and a runny nose. I’m hoping it’s just the buffalo chicken pizza I just ate.
Yes, the sinuses do fire up mainly to produce mucus to help food down your gullet. For a lot of people some of that mucus also enters the nose and changes name to become snot that makes your nose run.
 
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