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    Nic I had a sore spot which started to become engorged and then turned into a lump golf ball size. It became warm with a tinge of red, not much redness. It hurt like nothing else, I couldn't hold Ella on that side, I couldn't feed her and hair brushing across felt like razors. I didn't feel like I had the flu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafty45 View Post
    My MCHN said 6 SL and the same to my friend so we have already had ours done. Apparently they like to get the whooping cough into them quicker now.
    Hmmm he will be 6 tomorrow I'll call them and ask

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    Ahhhh I had Zoe stirring on and off for 30 minutes so decided to feed her only to have her throw it all back up! Have a feeling I should have just let her go and she would have resettled.

    Im now laying in bed listening to the radio as it is Zoe's new thing that helps her sleep and now im starving lol

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    What a night, have had temp of 38 and ended up going to hospital, but they think it's a flu and not mastitis...

    Soooo hope I get better soon, poor DH has had to look after ivy all night, he has had no sleep, although she has been well behaved.

    SL that experience sounded very traumatic! Hope your all ok now

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    Oh I didn't stay in hospital thankfully! So over that place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    What a night, have had temp of 38 and ended up going to hospital, but they think it's a flu and not mastitis...

    Soooo hope I get better soon, poor DH has had to look after ivy all night, he has had no sleep, although she has been well behaved.


    poor you - hope you get better soon xxSL that experience sounded very traumatic! Hope your all ok now

    poor you hope you get better soon xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by SL1009 View Post
    Talk about traumatic morning!! We went to the hospital for Orlando's kidney tests...the docs couldn't get the drip needle in...they tried twice in two spots and I had to leave the room and cry I couldn't handle it he was absolutely hysterical DH was great to be able to stay there with him! They had to go get an anaesthetist to come and do it and whilst he was screaming still she did it quite quickly and first time! He settled a little bit and then he had to go on the bed so the machine could do its job! They wrapped him up tightly and he went to sleep thank God. He squirmed a bit when they were putting the dye but he slept for 45 minutes out of the 50 it took to do the scan and then woke up screaming and then more screaming when the needle was taken out my poor baby it was awful. Can't get in to see my doc so going to call MCHN but probably going to give Orlando panadol for the first time today...anyone else used this yet and at what age? He will be 6 weeks tomorrow...
    poor wee mite- at least he wont remember it! only you will....good luck or the results - keep us posted

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    Oh nic! Hope you feel better now??

    We ended up giving Orlando panadol last night and it did actually settle him a little bit he had a few 1-1.5 hour sleeps over night with not much waking in Between and a 2.5 hour sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainaberdine View Post
    Mrs simmo - I have a memory of you saying you luved in brisbane southside...I finally dragged james to a third gp in teneriffe family doctors. ..dr karienne walde I think is her name and she finally said I wasnt going crazy and that it sounded like my boy had silent reflux. Honestly prior to that I thought I was going crazy cos no doc believed me and they just kept on saying it was colic.

    Hes been on losec since and itd helped in the sense that he stopped screaming through feeds...and only recently this week I think hes just sllowly outgrown the reflux and has become a really pleasant happy baby that smiles a lot and coos heaps.

    Good luck I can imagine your frustrations as I was like that 5 weeks ago!
    hi there

    poor you - i had DD1 with severe silent reflux - i also got laughed at by drs who told me because she didnt throw up it wasnt reflux. i was also told then i was a mother who couldnt cope and thats why my baby was sooo unsettled!!! my DD1 didnt get over the reflux til 18 months! but losec helped. when we stopped the losec as she was settled, say at 4 months, she turned into a terror again. the losec can lull you into a false sense of security and you think they are over it but my specialist paediatrician says the reflux will be there until at least 6 months and gets heaps better on solids...

    i hope your little one continues to improve xx


 

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