Argh nights in hospital are the worst. Take heart they will be watching him, and not the first little guy on 02 cords, hope you all get some rest
Big hugs to your little man. Hospital stays and oxygen are never fun. Nor are the pull out beds they provide!
Hopefully it isnt too long of a stay.
Good luck as much as I hate hospital stays I know it's for the best! Hopefully the oxygen gives him the much needed boost and he's in the best place for treatment.
They didn't diagnose asthma with my little one until she was admitted over 10x in a winter period, and only because I pushed and pushed and saw a respiratory specialist as the hospital kept telling me it was normal. Being on a preventer has changed our lives!
Thank you everyone. We made it through the night lol my eyes are falling out of my skull but DS is doing better. No oxygen overnight and his puffer is being pushed out to 3 hourly now. Fingers crossed we will be able to go home today.
And of course the bed is uncomfortable my backs killing me lol
Thank you. One doctor says one thing and another doctor says another. Bit confusing. DF said he would be ages ago and now he's still not here. Kinda annoying.
And thankfully we are home. DS is doing alright. He's a trooper ❤️
I am glad your DS is better and you guys are back at home. Keep an eye on him. He might reacting to changing weather or something in the environment, or may be just one off incident.
We have a one who has asthma and on preventor. Last year he started coughing and vomiting for no reason mainly during night, no viral infection, no fever, no tummy issues. It took almost one year to finally figure out his asthma is playing, his preventor is not working for him. He is on different one now, so far no coughing and vomiting with new medication. Hope this winter is going to be better for us.
So Glad to hear you're home and he's doing better. 😊 Did they give any oral steroid by the way?
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