busymama7 Posted September 14, 2021 Share Posted September 14, 2021 10 months post covid and I feel awful. I am three weeks post 2nd Pfizer shot so possibly still a reaction and maybe I will get better. I was contacted by the local long haul clinic and my PCP sent in the referral today. So hopefully that is about to happen. 🤞 Although I'm not super confident that they will have all that much to offer to fix me. I think I just have to live with this. And the longer it goes on the more depressed I get. I am barely making it through the days with spending at least 8-10 daytime hours horizontal and just barely doing tiny bits of things. Every single thing feels like a mountain to climb. Even sitting in bed to work on the laptop or knit or something is usually not possible because I just don't have enough energy for more than brief moments. And I just can't see the end of this. I am lonely because I am surrounded by covid deniers. I only have one friend (incidentally her husband works at the health district) who takes precautions anymore and everyone else is full on anti everything. I don't have the energy to go to park days or hang out with anyone anyways but I'm still sad. We do go to a weekly music program that has precautions but I have to avoid everyone because the conversation is so toxic(like they technically follow rules like masks but gripe about stupid covid stuff the whole time). Even though they know what I'm going through. Possibly they just don't believe me but don't say that. I don't know. I am only 44. My youngest is 7. What in the world is my life going to look like from now on? 72 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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