Wednesday, November 02, 2005


yes, that's a very big sigh. It's a little how I feel today. DS is still not feeling well. He was up most of the night complaining about not being able to breathe out of his nose. Poor guy. I feel so bad for him but there's just not much I can do for him! He takes Zyrtec everyday already, he uses nasonex, saline, and he takes sudafed when it gets really bad. I just don't know of much else I can do for him. He doesn't have a fever either so... Today, I just let him rest and made him drink lots of water. Which reminds me it's time for more water!!

There... that's done. Anyway, I'm feeling... well, I guess better. I had lots to do today so I've been busy. My head aches but I'll live.

I'm sitting here now waiting for DD to get home from school. A friend picked her up for me and it is so nice to not have to sit in the school parking lot for an hour. So, friend, if you are reading this.... THANK YOU!!!

Well, I really have lots more still to do so I guess I should get with it! So to all my many cyber friends ;o) have a great evening!

1 comment:

  1. My name is Tina Hansar and i would like to show you my personal experience with Zyrtec.

    I am 40 years old. Have been on Zyrtec for 4 years now. When first began taking zyrtec, the allergy relief was great. But it did make me very, very tired. Later added singulair. Took both at night. So exhausted, couldn't function well thru the day but didn't link it to meds. Had repeat blood tests for anemia, thyroid, etc. but all came back normal. Switched singulair to morning to stretch out side effects, but still drained of energy. After taking these meds for years, just stopped about 3 months ago and energy level is back to normal. Allergies are bad again, but will take that any day over not being able to get out of bed and not having energy to get thru the day. Also, hair loss is no longer.

    I have experienced some of these side effects -
    Extreme exhaustion, lethargy, loss of interest, hip pain, back pain, occasional dizziness, hair loss.

    I hope this information will be useful to others,
    Tina Hansar