That sounds exactly like my experience with DD getting hers out at 4. Seeing them go under, the wait (thankfully the hospital had volunteers who wait with you and make a cup of tea etc) and waking up screaming until she got more pain relief were just horrible. But after a sleep she was fine and back at kindy a week later like nothing had happened!
Your DD's photo looks like my DS, I'm pretty sure we'll need to go through it all again with him.
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17-03-2015 05:56 #11
18-03-2015 00:14 #12
Oh no stretched that will suck. I think it would be harder going back a second time knowing how they wake up. I'm hoping DD2 never has to get hers done. I know they recover quickly but I don't! I'm scarred for life!
18-03-2015 05:40 #13
At least it's over with now and hopefully she's better than ever. As bad as the waking up experience was (for me, lol), she has barely caught a cold in the 3 years since she had them out. I'd go through it again in a flash if it means my son can stop needing antibiotics all the time!
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