Mood : grey..
I went to the UUM clinic yesterday after I couldn't get up from bed after Subuh prayers..
my head was spinning, and I had my math class at 8am..
will I have the energy to make it?..
I slept that morning, unable to move much due to lightheadedness..
the world was unbalanced, or was it just me?..
I got back my energy around 11.30am, got up and cleaned myself..
my head was still dizzy, but bearable..
my mum asked if I had the energy to go to the clinic, I said yes..
I ironed my baju kurung and went to the clinic around 2.20pm, wearing a mask..
the road was a bit fuzzy, but I drove anyway..
I got there around 2.30 and registered..
the number on the block was 209..
I looked at my number..
WHAT THE DUCK?!
weih, kau biar betik?!
dem, kena tunggu..
I waited like a log there, sitting, then slumping in my seat, folded my feet up, etc..
I didn't have my earphone with me nor a good book..
dem dem dem!!!
kenapa aku tak fikir nak bawak buku??
apesal semua orang sibuk nak sakit time aku sakit??
aku tau la aku femes, takyah la nak sama-sama sakit sebab nak jumpa aku..
dem dem dem!!
my head started to spin around..
I nearly fainted twice..
seriously, I'm not lying..
I registered at 2.31pm, I saw the doctor around 4.15pm..
cuba kau kira brapa lama..
lama kau tahu??
dem dem dem!!
it was a good thing the doctor was still in a good mood eventhough there was about 300 patients per day now..
he was nice, and he remember who I was..
being a daughter of a senior lecturer has its advantages..
he checked if I had a fever, which I didn't..
he took my blood pressure, and that's where the problem started..
he did it three times, not believing the results..
my blood pressure was dangerously low..
he asked if I was feeling dizzy, I said yes..
did you know that it is dangerous to drive with low blood pressure?..
it's equivilant to driving while you're drunk..
you could pass out anytime..
he did a few more tests, probbing here and there..
thank god there were no needles..
he finally announnced that I was free to go..
he did add however, that if I had a fever, I would he held back and quarentined..
I didn't know it was that serious..
so, Alhamdulillah, I was allowed to leave..
he gave me some medicine and told me to avoid crowded areas..
I might pass it to others, whatever 'IT' is..
for now, I'm just thankful I'm still alive..