it all started when i had a niteout at sunday..monday as usual sucked.i bunked my lab making excuse of fever and not knowing i would get it the next day.i slept early on monday but never imagined i would seep more than 16 hours at a stretch...when i woke up i had this highly intense hedache..i thought it was just because i overslept.i realized that i didnt play for a couple of days.so i skated a lot..-first mistake(i should have checked my fever first)
later at night the headache was intolerable so i checked my temperature..omg i had fever of about 102....i took an ayurvedic medicine and after an hour or so i went to bc roy..-second mistake(if i went to bc roy why did i take a medicine before).when my fever was checked there it came out to be only 100.2..i was perplexed(i totally forgot about the medicine i took before).
later i came to my room and took the pills..i was suggested to eat something so i went at nescafe for a maggi..the guy took hours to make one(may be because my brain was changing a phase)...meanwhile i started feeling awesome...all the pressure in my head was released..i realized that the pleasure of getting healed was much more in magnitude than the pain of getting hurt..i was happy about this thought while returning to my room..i put the pills in the box...but wait oh shit ..i found out i had taken the wrong pill...instead of taking roxin i had taken an extra paracetamol...-third mistake
THE FIVE THINGS I LEARNT/DISCOVERED FROM THIS EXPERIENCE
1.Don't ever fake fever...u don't want to feel its wrath.
2. If you feel uncomfortable with your body,don't do anything stupid before confirming its not fever.
3.If you are going to a hospital don't take a pill before.
4.Even though you are absolutely sure that you are taking the right pill get it confirmed from someone.
5.This is a fact i discovered-its not your body temperature that makes you feel uncomfortable, its the gradient of that temperature which causes pain.
eg-if you have low temp but its increasing you feel pain..and even if its high but decreasing it makes you feel high(in a good way).