So I've been on an intravenous drip at the hospital the past few days. I'm still feeling a bit queasy right about now. I was wondering when would be the safest time to run? A day after? Or a couple?
Thanks in advance.
I'd check with your doctor. I get IV treaments every 8 weeks, or so, that last for four hours; I've been told there's no reason to not exercise the same day, but I try to make it a shorter workout.
I think your situation/answer would also depend upon why you were getting an IV--infection, illness, dehydration, etc.
adult running life commenced: March 2009
2012 Rock n Roll USA Marathon 5:28:53 unseasonably hot day, full sunshine, sunburned and dehydrated during race
Omaha Maraton 5:17: __ yeah, new PR! Too bad the brain got in the way and slowed me down! ---recycled glass finisher medals.
April Fools 5K 32:13.7 age division: 28/71
7th half: Kansas City Hospital Hill 1/2--this thing is tough, but the heat/humidity were tougher: 2:45:43
8th half: Park 2 Park 1/2-New PR 2:21 and change
St. Louis FULL Marathon (my first!!!) Hilly, hilly, course full of turns 5:24
Sullivan Bros. Veterans' 5K 30:10 New 5K PR
4th half (5/1/10) --ran injured, DUMB move.
Sullivan Bros. Veteran's 5K/10K (11/2010) 1:07:17.7
6th half: Vegas half (12/2010) New PR! woot woot. 02:27:58
St. Patricks 8K (Wash. D.C.) (3/2009)
1st half 3:04 (5/2009)
10K 1:17 (10/31/09) HOT, humid, Kaua'i
3rd half: Vegas 1/2 (2:34:48) (12/2009)
I will live my life; life lived in fear is not living. ~~me
Yeah, listen to your body..............and when in doubt, walk for awhile, see how things go, you can always break into running from there right?
This forum is like chancing upon an alcoholics anon site in the intensity of addiction people have to their running, my God, its astounding.
I have met many old people who never ran in their life...........so let's all please keep running in perspective when we have other issues as well in life.