Being sick ๐Ÿ˜ท in Thailand

I am not the kind I’m man that lie down and cry when I get sick e.g.i don’t get the man flu – so I am just going to tell you how I have been feeling the last couple of days.

It began a couple days ago with me starting to recognize the signs my body’s trying to tell me that something is up and surely enough my throat started to hurt but not in an unbearable way – this of course escalated to the point I started to need some remedies to soften the blow so to speak.

Got to the point where I got fever and needed something that actually helps killing the things that keeps me ill and getting worse by the day.

This morning the symptoms had changed and I have been coughing and snoring all night long to Annikas delight – sorry ๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ˜. Always mindful of dengue fever so look out for the symptoms.

This was not dengue and I started a penicillin cure and are really getting back to life ๐Ÿ‘ be aware that antibiotics is widely available and you can buy it in any pharmacy – if you take to many cures you will probably get immune – so use it with a common sense. Give the pharmacist all the symptoms instead of going directly for antibiotics to see if there are any other solutions before going down that path, just a friendly advice.

So yes being sick in a hot and humid country is as bad as anywhere else just that the heat can actually be not that fun when you are already overheating from fever stay in a air conditioning place.

Why now and how we did this is coming soon until then we also do some beginner Vlogging on YouTube:

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Published by idonothaveaboss

Early Retired Digital Nomad

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