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Old Feb 8th, 2016, 10:38 AM   41
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How's your little one Mrs G? xxx



 
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Old Feb 10th, 2016, 18:57 PM   42
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How are things and your little one? Hope it's getting better each day X



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Old Feb 11th, 2016, 03:06 AM   43
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Hi

What a nightmare hun. I remember Tommy pulled his tube out early on and I had to leave the room when they put it back in. They really don't like it do they, poor things. One of tommys last ops took ages and when they came back they said it had taken them 45 mins to get a line in him. Theirs little veins just can't cope with it.

I hope she's doing ok today, you guys are alway in my thoughts. I can't imagine what it must be like. Have they managed to do her op yet?

We're on, starting to think about weaning. The consultant said to start sooner rather than later and take it slow. Bit scary how he'll cope with it.

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Old Feb 14th, 2016, 03:48 AM   44
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hey hun sorry ive not popped in in a while

so sorry to see your no closer to home yet I really hope they managed to do the surgery little one needed. Cannulas are awful things to get into little babies. They struggle to get them into Rohan when theyre needed and now tend to use a foot because hes had that many in his hands the viens just shut down as soon as they try to get one in.




 
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Old Feb 15th, 2016, 12:56 PM   45
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She's had her pH study done. We're still waiting on results at the moment.

Hopefully though plans for surgery should be made from then. Just want to get on and get her home

So we're still just waiting but lets see what tomorrow brings. Thank you for thinking of us



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2016, 18:22 PM   46
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I'm trying to come online more often to update. Well not much change today.

Surgeons came for rounds and...... still no pH study results.

If they're not back tomorrow you may hear that I've stamped my feet like a 2 year old at her drs and surgeons.

On another front I've been seeing the hospital psychologist as finding it all a bit hard. I've been given meditation exercises which seem to be helping calm me down. So that's a positive for me xx



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2016, 18:28 PM   47
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It also seems Jessica's skin has an issue with surgical tape they stick her tube on with it goes red and blistered whenever it comes off she had the tube swopped nostril on Saturday (I believe) and today the cheek it was taped to originally us still red sore and dry. Poor girly xx



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2016, 23:59 PM   48
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I'm sorry they're taking ages Hun. Hopefully they will
Have the results for you today. I'm glad the meditation seems to be helping and thank you for thinking of coming in for more updates

I hate the hospital tape. I'm
Not sure what it's called but with Rohan the nurse put like a little gel patch thing on his face so the tape didn't stick to his skin quite so much because he was really hairy with being prem and it kept ripping the hair and top layer of skin off. Ask them
Not to use it and to use something else. Surely they must have something incase someone is allergic to that specific tape. Blistering doesn't sound normal. Rohan just got really red from it abraiding his skin. Never any blisters xx



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2016, 19:08 PM   49
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Yeah we've tried with and without comfeel (gel pads) but yeah no change. Poor baby we've tried alsorts.

Still no answers as yet. Again hopefully we'll hear from her surgeons tomorrow *sigh* if not I'm afraid I might have a tantrum to rival a child

Hope these messages are reaching you all well xx



 
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Old Feb 18th, 2016, 05:57 AM   50
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It's horrid when they already going through so much an then the little things also hurt them...it makes me feel so bad because enough is enough! I remember my DD nasal tube kept coming out and they put so much pressure on it that it was leaving red marks and pressure on her forehead but I didn't know what to say or do because the oxygen was obviously important. She had a mark for a long time after we got her home.

I hope things hurry along for you X



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