As far as allergies go, I never thought I had any allergies until the last couple of years of elementary school in which I got a severe stuffy/runny nose from recess time. It was believed that I was allergic to pollen. I don't really have any allergic reactions now, though.
Last month I missed a week of school due to sickness. I'm still not sure what I had. The first half of the week I suffered major throat issues, and the second half I suffered extreme nasal problems.
The worst sickness I've ever had was Bronchidis. I was coughing so violently, that I actually wanted to die. Every minute, I would undergo a quick series of coughs that were so huge, that they clogged my throat with mucus and I couldn't breathe at all for the next 5 seconds, until I intentionally had to cough again in order to regain respiration.
Something serious I had was a 6-hour bloody nose when I was in grade 6. Bloody noses were very common for me back in elementary school, but I just clogged my nose with tissues for a few minutes and it went away. But this time, it was much worse. When I cut off the blood flow from my nose, it would leak from my mouth. I would taste the blood, and when I spit, it would be mostly blood. There was virtually no way to stop it. When I finally got into the doctors office, he put this simple clothesline pin on the bridge of my nose and it stopped. As my mom and I stepped out of the room with his undermining laughter in the background, I murmered "Lucky Jackass..." To this day I know that the doctor just got really lucky from a fluke. Normally the blood should've continued from my mouth.
That's all for now.
Edited by gionascm2, 14 March 2013 - 02:47 AM.