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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Hospital day 3

Noah is getting stronger and better each day. I noticed that after his reflux meds he coughs and gags and tries to vomit. Hopefully the doctors will listen. I have some doctors coming in saying that he has scans today but no one has told me he has. I also am still waiting to hear if I need to do his ear drops or if they will. They said 9am but its 10 now and they didnt give them last night so I am a bit worried. Also the infectious disease doctor came in and told us he was negative (his 3rd!!) for MRSA. YAY! But he also said we had scans to do today and no one told me or said anything. I was like what the heck? Where is the guy from the DRG? Isnt he suppose to be handling things so 50 freaking people dont come up and tell me things?

So many people talking to me and not putting anything in his charts and then I look crazy because I am saying things no one put in the computer. The nurse is helping a lot and has been calling doctors. I am so sick of this crap! GOd bless the nurses thats all I can say! Here are some pics.







Be blessed

3 comments:

  1. He looks so cute - even so sick in the hospital!

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  2. So thankful he is doing better and stronger!
    Still praying for Noah and you. I hope ya'll are home and completely well very soon!
    Thanks for the updates and pictures.
    Our son had difficulty with the Reflux meds also.
    He would not be able to burp after feeding, and be unconformable, and then projectile vomit.(sorry to be graphic)
    We took him off Regulan as soon as we got home, and he was much better. Just sharing that with you in case you wanted to try him without it sometime after he is home. We will keep praying.

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  3. Oh My Goodness, I am so sorry to hear that little Noah is in the hospital!! Storming Heaven for all of you!!! He is so precious!!!!

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