Hopefully it was just your body fighting something off and it was a one off. At least you're having some blood tests.Also hope I don’t get another day like this in years. My fingers look like pin cushions, mysugr has gone berserk with the number of tests today and I’m going to need more test strips a little sooner than anticipated!
I will always remember when our twins were born, 22yrs ago, my son was tiny as his sister took all the food in mums tummy so was very small and not feeding. It amazed me how these tiny little people soon change and start feeding, they are fighters. My son is now taller than me, 6ft 5" and often blames his sister for taking too much of mums tummy food.Morning all. 6.5 for me, McVitties Ginger Nut failure! Never mind, it is what it is. Managed to speak to my daughter yesterday, at last. She sounded dreadful, still sleep deprived but it’s not baby ( still no name) it’s just the general cacophony of a hospital. I know exactly what she means, not restful places at all. She is desperate to come home but still need more tests on little one, also baby not interested in feeding at all, she doesn’t seem to know what to do, quite common in a prem baby, from mum or a bottle. Luckily managed to express some colostrum and got it into her via a syringe. Let’s hope more positive news today, as I’m feeling rather helpless through all this. Anyhoo, it’s looks like another gorgeous day, like yesterday, so that makes everything seem better. Have good day.
That’s frightening Gwynn. Sounds a bit like my GP who’s attitude to changing meds is also, “OK, that sounds good, if you want to increase/decrease just go ahead.” Totally reactive rather than proactive.Her consultant psychiatrist has written to the GP saying that he does not recommend reducing or stopping the meds, but I don't know if the GP has even read the letter. She seemed totally incompetent last time. Very pleasant, but incompetent.