June Fever Update

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It has been such a long time since I made my last post. A lot of activities and occasion hindered me to make a post. I was away to Kuala Trengganu and Kuantan during the recent school holiday break. My wife had a Malaysia inter university staff games and she played volley ball. Unfortunately, her team failed to reach quarter final. We did travel a little bit in Kuala Trengganu which is indeed an amazing place to be except for the extremely hot whether during our time there. Trengganu is blessed with spectacular beaches and interesting tourist stop center. One place that should not be missed while being in Trengganu is the Taman Tamadun Islam (TTI). I’m going to update on that soon, when I have the time.

At Kuantan, it’s just pretty much relaxing at my in law’s house. Kuantan is not as hot as Trengganu. Maybe because of the place that we stayed or traveled are water falls and Pantai Telok Cempedak at dawn…hehe…. An interesting story I should not missed here is how my brother in laws kancil plugged into a drain as a result of my wife acted as a driving instructor guiding her older sister maneuvering the 660cc vehicle.

Back home in the south, everybody, I mean the entire family was attack with fever. I had a bad fever and I lost 3 kg which is looking in a different angle, amazing!!! Now, I need to maintain and not gain any excess weight.

As a result of all of the above, I haven’t been actively online. I did not update any of my blogs. Not in the mood, yet. As for today, I tried to make a post here to update anybody interested listening to my rambling.

Just to inform, this coming July, I’m going to officially be a Ph.D student of chemical engineering…wish me luck. The title of my project is something about Catalytic Conversion of Glycerate 3-Phosphate to Olefin…Cool stuff ain’t it?

OK, catch up with you later…aloha…

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16 Responses

  1. itisrajah says:

    wah.
    going to further ur PhD soon?
    well, good luck!
    =)

  2. azwan says:

    i was at KT, Redang and Cherating during the school holidays. I think it was the heat that caused the fever. Memang panas … kalau tak berhati-hati .. sure demam. We were ok as i made sure they got enough rest and drank a lot of water.

  3. cyza says:

    Thanks. I wish you best of luck for you degree as well.

  4. cyza says:

    Similar here bro. Water supply and rest are not lacking, but yet, everyone was infected. Redha je lah…

  5. titan says:

    student? Hoho..

  6. cyza says:

    Yep, student. Back to school…ops, university…thinking and figuring new equation and formula…

  7. eyeman says:

    hoho..PHD student.. 🙂

  8. farahaznil says:

    hohohohho..at last…a long time maaa not visit your blog..huhhuu..miss giler beb..anyway..still have contest ka?ekekekekeke….

    p/s-lama gila weh aku tak dpt buka internet..bila dah buka..mcm beruk jmpa babun plak..huhuhuhuh..silap2..mcm beruk jmpa bunga..hahha…jakun beb..

  9. Unless the fever is above 103 f or hasn’t gone away within 3 days, let it run it’s course… and if it does go above 103, do the infant tylenol and if the temp doesn’t go down call her pediatrician and get her an apt..

  10. however, the fever is good because it will kill the germs that are making her sick. Puking is fine too so long as it doesn’t last more than 3 days and she’s not dehydrated or vomiting blood…

  11. So I took my daughter to the pediatrician this morning. She has hand-foot-mouth disease. The doctor said that there isn’t any kind of medicine for it, it’s a virus. She also said to keep doing what I was doing with the Tylenol and Motrin, until the fever breaks.

  12. just give her pedialyte (NOTHING with sugar in it-that will “help” her dehydrate faster) and plenty of water… soda crackers if she hasn’t thrown up in a few hours…

  13. The combination of tylenol and motrin will help bring her temp down to a safe level. My daughter had that viral thing back nin february and her fever went up to 104+ also.

  14. I called my doc b4 I ran her to the ER and he told me to give her tylenol and motrin together ONCE to break the fever. After that alternate tylenol and motrin every 3-4 hours starting with tylenol.

  15. The cooling sheets that another poster mentioned are called “becool” and they are a heat absorbing gel that sticks to the forehead , chest, etc to make her more comfortable.

  16. First of all, did you call the after-hours nurse? They often tell me that when my 2-year old is running a fever past 103 degrees, to bring her in. I learned that the purpose of a fever, is basically to burn off the virus.

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