18 October 2009

We are finally home

I am saying "we" coz' after my last post, Werney also got admitted to the hospital for gastroenteritis infection on Wednesday evening. Instead of one sick little kitten at the ward, I have to care for two. Mom who is supposed to help out at the hospital suddenly developed the same symptoms while I was with Werney at the ER. Mom started to feel giddy, tummy upset and puking too. Immediately, we have to send Mom to ER as well. As Mom conditions improved after the anti-vomit jab admitted by the doc, she was allowed to go home. However, as Werney is still quite young and the dehydration risk is high, doc has requested Werney to be admitted immediately. My poor girl has vomited like 6 times in 2 hours and could not keep anything down in her tummy - not even water.

Anney was ordered to stay for an extra night too as she had diarrhea after the vomiting stopped. Anney was super bored in the hospital ward and always shouting "out", "out" & "out" to get out from the ward. I even have to take the IV stand and follow Anney around the hospital corridor as nothing could not my super active baby!

Now, although both girls have been discharged, the doc has ordered lactose-free milk and no fruits or vegetables for the next 10 days. Anney, my "milk queen" also refused to drink the lactose-free formula milk prescribed by the doc! Poor baby, prefer to go on hunger strike!

My two princesses in the ward

Anney entertaining herself with the DVD (played in the laptop)

Both Anney hands needs to be bandaged to prevent her from pulling out the IV line

Werney showing her right hand with the IV line

5 comments:

Cynthia said...

oh... glad to hear that it's all over! :D

Mummy to QiQi said...

good to hear that, take care Pauline.

mommy to chumsy said...

so heartbreaking to see them like that. glad that the girls are better now.

Mummy Moon said...

Glad the girls are finally home. Hope anney eat something else if she does not like the lactose-free formula milk. This 10 days will fly very fast for her, don't worry

Health Freak Mommy said...

Glad that your girls are well now. Those bandages and IV line remind me of Baby C during her hospital stay days.
BTW, happy birthday Werney. Hope next year's October will be hospital-free for you!

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