Thank goodness Madi's sleep study is over! I got about 2 hours of choppy sleep on what felt like a sidewalk! lol Seriously, I don't know why the parents can't get a semi-comfy bed to crash in too.
Anyway, our respiratory therapist was great and Madi was her typical dramatic self. This clinic uses different adhesive which is MUCH easier to clean, so I'm grateful for that. She wasn't thrilled about the "hat" she had to wear but it really did work better. It also made more sense to put the O2 sensor on her finger and not her toe since she thrashes her legs around and rubs them on the bed (the last study the nurse kept having to come in and put it back on).
So since I stayed awake basically all night I got a full picture of how Madi really sleeps. She snores, thrashes, snores some more, has some funky breathing, whines, thrashes, cries out......and the pattern continues all night. There was a motion sensor nightlight with a timer...it was on more than it was off, lol.
When the RT came in this morning his first words were, "Man, she has a LOT of leg movements!" Yep. He said he wasn't sure if it would be diagnosed as PLMD but he said it was definitely abnormal. Apparently PLMD is actually extremely rare in children. He said he's only seen 2 cases of it in his 13 years at the sleep clinic. Not sure when we'll get the results but probably a week or two.
Just glad that's over with and I hope to get a good night's sleep tonight!