The doctors gave me a prescription for Tylenol 3 after my fall last week. I've been relying on it to dull the pain, but still at a lower dosage than they permitted. So, yesterday I sat in the living room, feeling slightly dozy, and for parts of the afternoon my daughter, who was at work in Toronto, was sitting in the corner of the room and we were waiting for my father, dead for 23 years, to visit. Also I had the idea that my shoulder was oozing blood, and when I touched it my fingers came away with blood and cloth fibers on them. I told my wife about it, so now I am banned from driving. Today I had some similar experiences, but I think I knew they were hallucinations, as I could be pretty sure I wasn't riding over a bridge in Philadelphia on a platform attached to the front of a motorcycle being driven by my brother, with the wierdest possible method of warning drivers to slow down. It id seem pretty real. I haven't taken any T3s today, and the pain is a lot less than it was the last couple of days, so I should be OK.
Wierd or what?