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    Ds i have stayed with him 3 times overnight for asthma. Will never forget the first time i had to hold him down so the nurses could insert his oxygen tubes its horrible.

    But at least I now know his asthma signs and triggers and we havent had a hospital visit since February

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    So far so good, she's in remission now. Has MRI scans every 3 months currently. I'll relax more (maybe) once we pass the 18 month mark after the end of treatment. With the cancer she had, supposedly if it hasn't come back after 18 months it most likely won't ever. But I think I'll always be terrified of relapse. Which I think is understandable I guess.
    That's great she's in remission. I'm hoping that she stays healthy.
    Of course you'd be worried of a relapse....

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    Oh no, sorry to hear your little one is sick We've had a few hospital stays between 3 children having tonsils out, DD1 having type 1 diabetes - when she was little gastro would land her in hospital and every time we replace her insulin pump our health fund requires a hospital stay. Other than that DD2 had a week stay last year. Hope your stay isn't too long and your LO is on the mend soon.

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    Never so far with mine (4 and 18 months)

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    Quite a bit with ds1. He has got Spina Bifida and had to go to hospital a lot through his first 2 years with various health issues. Now he pretty much just goes in if he's got a chesty cold that he struggles to shake.
    I also stayed with dd for a week last year when she was dignosed with Diabetes and went in on a Friday night and had to stay while getting Diabetes Education.

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    DD- stayed in two nights when she broke her femur
    DS- 1 night with a skin infection on his hand from reacting to mozzie bites
    DD2- none
    DD3- none
    Total = 3

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    DS was 7 night for his birth/after care, and then 13 night when he had pneumonia.

    DD has only been in to be born. Think we were in for 4-5 nights.

    Hope your little one is better and home soon.

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    I couldn't count the number of nights my daughter and I stayed at the RCH - there were so many during her five years and eight months of life. She was a severe asthmatic, so we had multiple ambulance trips and extended stays in hospital. The Dolphin Ward at the RCH became our second home in the last few months of her life. Nine weeks before she passed away, she also had double hip surgery which required us to be in there for eight nights.


 

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