I was at Glasto too, although in a much more enjoyable environment than you found yourself in! I was working at Eartheart near Arcadia and Trash City.
I heard a report from someone else working for Firefly in the Cabaret field that one of their colleagues had been diagnosed with so-called "Swine Flu" while at the festy. i don't know what kind of treatment they received but will endeavor to find out.
Have you entertained the idea that you weren't only injected with antibiotics? Did the doctor actually say that all injections were antibiotics or did they just say "we need to give you another injection" or something? I realise it's probably hard to remember but it's something to wonder about. Don't let it stress you out if this leads you to any sinister conclusions, what's done is done. Don't waste the energy you need to recover by stressing over something that's already happened.
If you like I can get in touch with a very nice healer and spiritual councilor who I think is actually based in Wiltshire at the moment. He's not affiliated with a Spiritualist Church or any organisation other than the Institute of Psychic Studies in London where he did much of his training.
And he's certainly not a charlatan but one of the growing number of people who are re-discovering ancient methods of energetic healing and using latent abilities to further the spiritual re-awakening the this planet is experiencing.
I worked with him when he organised the healing fields at last years Out Of The Ordinary festival.
Going back to the chest infection that instigated this spiral of horror,
I had suddenly decided to subject myself to a lot of undue pressure and mental over-work,
I was trying to prove something to myself or something.
The heart chakra is said to be the seat of our consciousness; you seem pretty clued up in terms of spirituality (yoga does that) and, by the reckoning of your tutors, academically as well.
It seems to me that you lost faith in your own ability to see the new course through without putting in a whole lot of extra effort even though you probably will breeze through it when you do get round to doing what you set out to do.
(Excuse me if this seems like a bit of a waffle, have been mulling this over all day and lots of thought-threads have formed that I feel I need to knock about with you!)
So, the chest infection was a sign that you were over-doing it, you know that already.
I would also hazard a guess that your apparently super-clean living has left you with a under-developed immune system because you have not exposed yourself to enough nastiness to have developed an immunity to it.
It's similar to the fact that our society has seen a huge increase in people with allergies and weakened immunity to formerly innocuous substances because they have grown up in almost completely sterile environments and have not developed defences against even everyday things.
Despite the fact that you are super-fit and very healthy, when you plunged yourself into the shit-storm that is Glastonbury Festival it was all just a bit too much, especially as you were part of the rubbish detail, getting up-close and personal with what basically amounts to a sea of other peoples crap!
(edited-must read thread properly, probably must sleep now too...)
Anyhoo, I'm sure there's a point to this ramble, it's all a learning curve. Next time you feel like some festival warfare make sure you're with people who are going to look after you!
(and don't rise to the bait that people might dangle in front of you here, many people don't know shit.
What other people think or say to or about you doesn't affect you unless you let it. Immunity to inbound nastiness stretches further than just being able to fight off disease and infection, it's about being able to hold true to your central core, the essence of your soul that makes you who you are, a kind of psychic self-defense.
Say whatever you like,
" Those who mind, don't matter,
and the people who matter don't mind."