My heart goes out to all you moms dealing with sick kids. I hope it all works out well for all of you.
KIDS! STOP FREAKING OUT YOUR MOMS!
Gloria, enjoy your visit!
Mom to Arianna (5), Conner (3) and Trent (my baby)
I just keep thinking though...what am i going to do if this is still going on when school starts back up? How on earth is this going to work?
We have an appointment next Tuesday with a different doc. My doc talked to this one and she said he didn't really have much insight but would be happy to see her in person. I'm not really sure how much good this appointment will do. He had an entire detailed history of things, and she's been seen in person twice. If they check her eyes, feel for her glands and check her balance again and then shrug their shoulders I might just get a little stabby.
My next step will be to bring her to my own PCP, who is a family practitioner. I also know her outside of the doc/patient relationship, so maybe she will take it to heart that i don't want to just wait around and see if it goes away.
How is her balance, actually? Are they checking for BPPV? It could be a possibility. It is awful, but can be fixed with the right therapy. I've had it, and children can get it too. Any recent infections or head trauma? It doesn't have to be like massive trauma, just enough to give her head a bit of a jolt.
Maybe the suggestion is grasping at straws a bit, but I'm quite certain you will do whatever it takes to find out what's going on! Good luck with everything.
Kim and Lisa I'm thinking if you both- there is nothing more frightening than dealing with health issues with our kids and I hope you both get some answers. Please keep us posted.
Kim has she been tested for allergies?
im starting whole30 today, has anyone ever done it?
Laurie, mom to:
Nathaniel ( 10 ) and Juliet ( 7 )
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David Letterman is retiring. Such great memories of watching him over the past thirty-two years!