OK. My son was at the Dr Friday due to sore throat and bronchitis. Sore throat ended up being strep... everything was great today until 5 pm when my throat started hurting.... now its killing me. I have white spots so I'm sure my son gave it to me... my prob is my Dr isn't in tomorrow. What do I do? My insurance won't cover an er trip unless its pregnancy related... will I be OK to wait til Thursday?
I am almost every 2 hours.. feels kinda good when I do it. He's not giving me anything until he can see for himself tomorrow... I'm in so much pain its unreal. Can't swallow water. No food. ( water get down just very slow) my joint are all hurting me. It even hurts to lay down. I can't go to hospital due to no sitter and don't want my son around then flu stuff in the emergency room.... wish I could pop more than just Tylenol... swelling is insane!
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