My symptoms began two days after I arrived home from a trip to Thailand.
A few days after my first bout of flu, my body was so weak that I was forced to sleep for hours at a time, my hands and feet were numb and I felt dizzy.
By then, I was so exhausted that I felt I had nothing to do.
I felt so alone.
I had no friends, no friends in my school or in my social circles.
I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t eat, I could barely walk for more than two hours at any given time.
It was a nightmare.
I started to panic, and after a few days I started to wonder if it was my flu, or if something else was causing my symptoms.
And the more I thought about it, the more my body’s immune system started to malfunction.
It started to break down.
I thought, this is why people with influenza feel so ill.
I couldn´t understand why people don´t feel better.
I tried to understand why I felt ill, but there was no easy explanation.
After a few months, I started asking around to people who had experienced the flu.
I went to my friends in the local health department.
There, I found my friend with the flu had started to feel ill too.
When I finally had a good conversation with her, I realised that I had started feeling ill too, too.
The reason why people have a cold or flu is very complicated.
We have a complex system that regulates our immune system.
Our immune system reacts to everything, but it doesn´t know about every thing.
It doesn´T know about viruses.
It can only react to a specific antigen.
It reacts to an antigen.
We don´T get to know everything about our body and our immune systems because we are so exposed to it.
We are exposed to different viruses all the time, so we are not fully equipped to know what they are.
We are exposed all the times when we breathe, and we don´ts get to take it all in.
We see it all the days in the clinic.
When we get sick, we know what we are going to be feeling for the rest of our lives.
But that wasn´t the case with the illness.
I had never experienced anything like it.
And I was very upset, because I had been exposed to a virus that was different from what I had.
I was still very depressed at the time.
I was in a good relationship and was having a good life.
But when I went into hospital, I saw a nurse who was very nice and said, look, we have to treat you.
I didn´t have any idea what to do next.
I thought that she had told me I was infected.
She said that I should have a blood test to check that I wasn´nt sick, but I didn´T want to take the test because I thought I had a flu.
I needed to get a second opinion, and the nurse didn´tt know how to do that.
And she said, you need to get some more blood.
But I said, I have no money.
So I asked the nurse to help me, and she did that for me.
She took my blood and took a sample of my blood, and sent it to the lab.
I didn`t know how that worked.
It had been months since I had had a blood sample taken before, so it wasn´tt clear how it worked.
But she took a blood, sent it and sent the results back to me.
So that was a bit confusing.
And at the end, she told me to get another blood sample.
And then she told us that we had a very high risk of having a bad reaction.
She said, the sample is coming from you.
The blood is coming right back to us.
So, if you do this, you should be okay.
But if you don´tt do this…
I thought that was terrible.
I went to the doctor and told her what had happened.
She told me that I needed to take another blood test.
And that she would do it herself.
And so, I did it.
I did it and was completely healthy.
And it was just a total surprise.
But at the same time, it was quite a shock.
I felt very sad, because it had all happened in just one day.
But then I thought: maybe I should ask the nurse for a second blood sample?
I was really upset at the nurse, but also at myself.
I asked my doctor about the blood test, and he said that he would do that, too, but only if I paid him for it.
But he also said that the sample would be sent back to the hospital, and I would need to pay him for the blood.
I told my doctor that I would do whatever he said, but if he would not pay me, I would pay him.
He said that it