It seems that medicals students have some kind of freaky immune problem.
We're always ill with something.
Even when you factor out all the made up illnesses we think we have after lectures, everyone is always sick with something.
Over the weekend I had a sore throat and stuffy nose, the week before I kept getting headaches and last night I had the worst abdo pain I've ever experienced. So bad I wanted to call an ambulance but couldn't actually get up to get to the phone. I'm all achey still, but thank goodness the main pain is all gone.
My friends always seems to have colds/flu/tummy bugs.
Is this what the rest of the population is like or are we a bunch of hypochonriacs? Is this not hypochondria at all or all we actually picking up more bugs being around the hospital? Will we develop this uber-efficient immune system by graduation?
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