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I am poorlyI want bought white (plastic) bread toastedI haven't got anyI am sad
I've got yummy soft white M&S bread here. If you make me a cup of tea I'll make you some toast
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smear with nutella and pretend
Kettles onI would adore tomato soup.....but would that make my indigestion worse? (I have had it for about 5 days now )No nutella - hate nuts....choc spread tho' I could be tempted
Sorry I think that was a Kettle's on
I presume you've tried all the remedies so I won't bother suggesting any. <<positive non-acidic vibes>>
I haven't tried mch tbhI am controlling my diet (which is having NO affect)I think it is part of my chest infection - I'm not even sure it's real indigestion - I think it's pain
OOh, yes I've had that burning pain from chest infections. Hope it goes soon.
Really??Will it go??I am on antibiotics the size of jellybabies
Pop!Sorry, that was my toast
Yup, it will go. The anti-biotics will take a while to work, and at first might make it seem worse because they'll loosen the stuff in your chest so you'll cough up more, but it will ease.
I don't normally eat breakfast but where I work I can cut a bit of baked on the premises white bread, toast it, then spread some gorgeous salted butter on. Heaven, not sure what the butter is but as it's the little individual pats for a restaurant.
I woke up & I was't hungryI went to my mums & she made me quiche which was lovely & bread & butter (Just like I wanted) & I couldn't eat it - typical
Hope you're feeling a bit better today KatyMac
ThanksI actually am, a bit tried still - but I have an appetite
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