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Tuesday 23/7

Published by foxglove in the blog foxglove's blog. Views: 368

I woke up this morning crying my eyes out and feeling absolutely awful .. I just couldn't stop and I felt so dizzy as well so I asked to see the doctor and as usual was put down to see the nurse! I am feeling a bit better now but I still want to have a word with the nurse as this dizziness has been going on for such a long time now. It has made me feel quite sick all day although the hot weather hasn't helped it's true. Had a couple of visits to the café for teas and this evening an omelette with a few baked beans. .. counts are - Cals 1218 Carbs 145 Protein 40 Sodium 849
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