Not often at all. But when i do its a doozy.
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18-03-2014 22:33 #11
18-03-2014 22:36 #12
Too often. I have chronic fatigue syndrome and pathetic immunity. I also get cold sores. It sucks big time
18-03-2014 22:40 #13
Not often. Maybe once/twice a year.
18-03-2014 22:45 #14
Hardly ever. I work at a day hospital/medical clinic so I'm around sick people a lot. I guess my immune system is pretty good.
18-03-2014 22:49 #15
Rarely...maybe once or twice a year...if that.
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19-03-2014 07:22 #16
We used to get sick very rarely but since we had our 3rd child (2 years ago) we seem to get sick every few months :-(
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19-03-2014 07:32 #17
Rarely. When I do I feel like I'm going to die, but I hardly ever get sick.
I've been back at full time work for 13 months and I don't think I've actually used any sick leave on myself (only used carers leave for sick kids). I'm often amazed that I don't pick up what the kids get. DD was sick with a fever over the weekend, then DS got it, but I have avoided it all together.
19-03-2014 07:36 #18
Rarely. Last year I escaped without being sick at all, even when everyone in my office got the same strain of a fairly nasty cold.
I have a very minor cold right now.
19-03-2014 07:40 #19
Really sick, usually once a year. I have asthma so that's usually the culprit.
19-03-2014 07:41 #20
I've got an immune system of iron thanks to all those years of working on germ infested planes and my OCD around hygiene so I rarely ever get sick. It's not uncommon for my whole family to be down with something and not catch it myself.
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