Allison wrote:DeeJay, if that chest pain continues, please do not play around with it. Go to the ER or call 911! You don't know that it's a side effect, and it would be best to get it checked out. Please don't endanger your health because you think it's "just a side effect."
I'm going to echo that concern as the resident nurse here (well, Shann too, but she hasn't responded yet). At least call the study, so they can evaluate you and you don't get stuck with an ER bill. Chest pain is one symptom you shouldn't mess around with.
My back is feeling better. We went hiking on Tuesday in the mountains and I think the exercise loosened it up. Had a really busy night at work last night with a lot of bending and twisting, but I didn't feel any more irritation and was able to skip the muscle relaxer when I got home. I follow up with the doc on Monday. Today I'm playing violin in church with my buddies from small group. I'll try to do all three services, but as of yet I haven't made it to bed, so we'll see how exhausted I am by the end of the day. I'm trying to wind down as best I can. Made a batch of gluten free dairy free chocolate chip peanut butter cookies off Pinterest, which turned out pretty good. Softer than usual due to not having flour, and I would probably add coconut if I made it again. Ryan and I then finished season eight of Scrubs. There is a season nine, but we're not planning on watching it because it's totally different from the rest of the show (like an afterthought).
Glad Shann and Allison are doing better. Becky, I loved your piece. Please don't be down on yourself. Holly, I am so glad you are popping back in regularly!
Amy, how are plans with the FW conference? I'm still working on getting Ryan to drive up with me. If not, I'll have to fly. It's not terribly expensive to fly, but it would be nice to have my own car around and have the option to visit family.
I would share more, but am feeling pretty sleepy. Hope you all are having a good weekend.