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I’m pretty sure that’s because I have been sick for the past several months, and the symptoms are pretty severe.
But this is the first time in my life I’ve had pneumonia, and I was diagnosed with pneumonia.
It’s not exactly a big deal to me.
I know that my pneumonia is not a big thing to me, and it’s not something I really think about.
My main worry was getting well, so I’ve been going to my doctor every few days.
My doctor, Dr. Michael Ritzenhein, was my primary source for information on my condition, so when he told me I was going to need an operation, I was shocked.
But he gave me a few days to think about it.
He said it would be best if I didn, and he said I should think about that.
So I did.
I thought about the fact that I have a lot of family, friends, and coworkers, and that the operation would probably be very hard on me.
Then I went to the doctor, and then I thought of all the things that could be very difficult for me to do and to cope with.
My stomach started to hurt, and my cough started to get worse, so it took a while for me really to realize that I had pneumonia.
I was a little nervous, and felt a little weird, but I decided to go ahead and go to the operating room anyway.
After the operation, Dr Ritz was a bit hesitant to talk to me because he was worried about my health, but eventually I understood that it was my decision, and everything would be okay.
My surgeon said that it could be a few months before I was able to go back to work, and so that was when I decided that I’d give this a shot.
When the surgery was over, I had a small lump on my stomach, and had a little bit of swelling.
I knew I had some swelling on my throat and on my neck, and there were a lot more swelling around my head, so that made me feel a little uncomfortable.
I felt a lot better after that.
But it wasn’t until a few weeks later that I started to notice a little improvement in my overall health.
I started getting to the point where I was in good shape and in good spirits.
I began to see people around me, which I hadn’t seen in a while.
I decided it was time to go to work.
I went into my office and told everyone that I needed to get to work and that I was feeling fine.
That was the first indication that I would be OK.
My general health, however, was still not good.
It was getting worse.
It had gotten worse, but it wasn.
The problem was that I wasn’t in a good mood, so the only thing I could think about was getting my job back, so people started asking me about it and encouraging me.
That made me realize that there was a lot I didn.t know, and things were just not going my way.
I went to my boss and asked what was going on.
She said that the only way to be sure I was OK was to see a doctor.
That didn’t sound right, and she said I needed a check-up.
I asked her if she was really going to do that, and to my surprise she said no, she was just going to let me know if things were OK.
So my boss called my boss, and a nurse came over to the desk and started checking my heart rate.
My heart rate was going up and up, and when she saw it she told me that my heart had stopped for good.
I told her I thought that was just a symptom of pneumonia.
That’s when I started feeling very, very sick, and very, VERY, VERY tired.
I didn�t know what was wrong, and just started crying and yelling at the top of my lungs.
I had no idea what was happening.
I don’t remember saying anything.
My breathing stopped and I started shaking uncontrollably.
I wanted to die, and couldn�t control my breathing.
When I was finally able to speak, I asked my boss what was really wrong with me.
She told me to go home and get my heart checked.
I remember the nurse asking me what I wanted.
I said that I wanted a heart transplant, and said that if I had it I would do it.
The nurse said I would have to go see a specialist.
So I went home and got a blood sample from my doctor.
After that, I went back to my office, and asked my manager what was up.
He told me there was something wrong with my heart, and told me it was really bad. He