So I'm really worried about school, because as I've mentioned before I'm taking an intro class for a Radiology Tech program, which I have to apply for in February. I took a quiz today and I studied the wrong stuff. I got all the multiple choice questions ok, but the short answer questions—I bombed about 5 of them. This class is on a different grading scale where 92-100 is an A, and I have to get an A in this class, otherwise why would they take me for the program if there are a ton of applicants? And I just looked at the way she weights (weighs?) everything in the course—The homework is 25%, which is fine. The midterm and the final are each 20%. But the 2- 30 question quizzes are 35%!! WTF is that? You would think if anything would be 35% it would be the final! It doesn't make sense at all! So now I'm worried like hell that I'm going to get a B in this class and if I do, I don't know if I should even bother applying for the program.
Second thing that sucks. Maybe TMI, but there's a lot of that here, so I think you guys will be ok. I went to the gyno for a UTI last Wednesday because I've been needing to pee a lot, and half the time hardly anything comes out. They took a sample for testing and gave me antibiotics. Fast forward to Tuesday and my symptoms aren't better. I haven't finished the antibiotic, but I know enough to know that the symptoms should have subsided. I call the doctor and leave a message. The doctor herself calls me back later and says that the sample came back negative for UTI. So now they're sending me to a Urologist. Okay, the last time I thought I had a UTI, I went to a Walgreens walk in clinic and they actually told me right then that I did not have one, I had signs of a kidney stone, which turned out that I did.
So now I'm freaked out like OMIGOD WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME?!?! Is it another kidney stone? Do I really have to have something wrong with me again? I had my appendix out last year, can I just have a year without some huge health issue? That'd be great.