I can't catch a break.
Last night, I was laying in bed trying to go to sleep. I pulled my foot towards me to see how the mobility was with my newly-knicked heel cord. As soon as I do, I heard a loud pop. Like someone popped their shoulder or all ten of their fingers at once. It freaked me out for a minute, but then I remembered that my left foot did the same thing after getting the cast off it. So I figured things were fine, and eventually I fell asleep.
Cut to this morning. My alarm went off, so I turned it off, put my walking boot on, and got up to go to the bathroom. The second step I take, something pops again! I rode my chair to classes all day, so I didn't even think about it, except for noticing the new stabbing pain.
This afternoon, when I got back from English. I stood up to go walk down to my friend's room (something I've done before, in fact I just did it yesterday), and I couldn't bear putting weight on it. So I call my doctor's office and my mom, and they both say I should stay off it, and wait till Monday to see if it's better.
Well, already, I can tell it's not.
Standing up to move from my chair to the toilet makes me dizzy.
And as of half an hour ago, I had a fever of 99.7. For one, it's rare for me to get any fever at all. I have a hard time staying around 98.6, usually being much lower. I just took it again, it's 100.4. The doc's "warning sign" number is 100.9.
Pray. I'm so tired of missing class.
I have a test I need to be there for on Tuesday.
I just can't catch a break.
I'm going to go call my mom. She'll know what to do.