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Sep 11, 2008
BRANDON-Zantac and Bethanacol; Neocate formula, 2 sets of ear tubes, Adnoids removed, Vasomotor Rhinits, Asthma. Currently on: Xyzal, Omnaris, Flovent and Xopenex,
AUBREY-Zegerid 2x a day, Soy Milk, Tubes put in and adnoids removed (11-7), Hypotonia, ECI therapy for low muscle tone throughout trunk and hips, oral motor issues and sensory integration issues, delayed speech, Teething, probiotics
PICTURE: Aubrey in her cute cat outfit. If you look you can see how her right foot turns in. She walks that way as well. It is not as exaggerated in the morning's but gets worse in the evenings. This was after her nap.
Aubrey given wrong med...
BAD MOMMY!!!! The downside (one of many) to having kids who take meds so easily is that they open for anything.... I was making her zegerid up and then walked over to give ds his allergy med and walked up to her. She just popped her mouth open so easily and it took it like a champ. UGH. After she swallowed I realized what I had done. I called the doc and we are fine. She is currently on an anithistimine/decong for her cold. So we are able to skip that med this morning. I felt horrible! I am sure I am not the first but hate that it happened. J
Sep 11, 2008
Maria (27), mommy of 2 beautiful boys with spwcial needs. Raymond (2) born preemie NICU stay. Diagnosed with mild CP, Severe Reflux, and Trachealmalasia. Currently off all meds and doing excellent!!! William (11 mos) Full term suffered from Apnea episodes, on heart monitor for 4 months. Diagnosed with Severe Reflux, Trachialmalasia, milk sensitivity and other foor allergies. Currently on Prevacid and Nutramigen formula, trying milk slowly...Off thickened liquids now and doing well.
Ugh, we've done that before... more like OD'd him. Jack and I both gave Will his night time meds without talking to each other. I'm glad everything is ok though!!!!!!
Sep 11, 2008
Cooper was born 12/19/07. Birth weight: 7lbs10oz. Weight as of 2/11: 8lbs9oz. 6/23: 14lbs12oz! Struggling again 12mo: 18lbs. Breast Fed exclusively, on strict elimination diet until Dec 08. MSPI as well as other food intolerances Diagnosed w/ GER at 5 days following barium swallow. Choking with apnea spells. Ftt. dx w/ Laryngomalacia following brochoscopy 1/29. Aspiration. apnea monitor until 5mo. pH probe 1/29 showed severe reflux. Sandifers Syndrome. lbrady and tackycardia. echo and EKG 2/18: Came back normal! Swallow study 2/29: some NG reflux. Unexplained seizure 4/1. Negative CF sweat test 4/4! EGD 11/19: reflux damage in esophagus. pH probe 11/19, reflux improved. Safe foods: pears, apples, peas, rice, small amounts of chicken, potatoes, and carrots.
Currently drinking Elecare vanilla 30cal/oz and breastmilk.
Meds: Nexium 10mg 2x daily. Carafate as needed, miralaxx as needed, probiotics daily
how frustrating! Glad it is ok though.
Sep 11, 2008
This is our dd, Alessandra. Dx with GER 10/07. Ran the gamut with meds and now done with them (crossed fingers). Using magnesium, probiotics and prebiotic supplements. With the exception of teething and general sassy attitude, all is well now. They really CAN grow out of it!
Not like you don't have a lot to deal with anyway! In any case, all kids get called the wrong name at some point too, so share and share alike! Glad she's okay, maybe Brandon's meds will work better?
Sep 11, 2008
Melissa - Mommy to Sebastian, born 9/28/07 @ 7 lbs 7 oz and 20.75 in. At docs at 12 months: 27 pounds and 32 in! Good grief! GERD - currently on Prevacid suspension (liquid equivalent of 45 mg a day). Allergic to dairy, soy, eggs, wheat, all treenuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, peas, sesame, bananas, barley, coconut, dust, dust mite, dog, cat, latex. Seasonal allergies. Oral Allergy Syndrome (OAS). Neocate only - no solids - until further notice (drinks and loves water, too). Loves his doggie, our rescued Treeing Walker Coonhound, Louise, even though he is allergic to her. Louise will make your doctor a homemade pie if you would like her to. PHOTO: We couldn't do a cake on Sebastian's birthday, but that didn't stop him from tossing around the contents of a big bowl of popcorn! He now tries to eat it when we play with popcorn, so no more of that game.... :(
Ugh! I'm sorry! Glad she is OK. I am waiting to do that in my sleep-deprived stupor. Awesome that she takes me meds so willingly, though!
Sep 11, 2008
Donnessa, mom to Halley born 3/10/07
Reflux (mostly) resolved at 14 months
and Addison born 8/17/09. Currently exclusively bf and on 7.5mg Prevacid
Isn't it sad how easily our kids take meds? My ils comment on it all the time. Glad that she's doing ok (and probably has clear sinuses today!)
Sep 11, 2008
Maggie is now 3 years old and reflux free (knock on wood). I still check in some to see how everybody is doing :) Hugs to all!
Not bad mommy, just busy mommy! Glad she's ok. That's like me putting ear drops in my eye! OUCH!
Sep 11, 2008
Coyle Eagan. One Year Old. Doing well on Cow's Milk flavored with juice :) Drinking two bottles of Go&Grow daily. Eating solids better but still have rough days. No More Silent Reflux-that I can hear anyway.. but puking again. Zantac 2ML 2X daily.
oh boy. you're aren't a bad mom! glad she is okay. maybe you should buy like seperate containers or something and put all the different meds in their "special" containers?
Sep 11, 2008
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Sleep deprivation sure gets to us after a while. Sorry it had to happen but so glad she is okay.
When Meggy was 8 weeks old, I got to Wal-mart and realized her car seat was not snapped properly into the base. I was so sleep deprived and still felt like a bad mommie with all the what if scenarios going through my head.
I came to realize I have probably made a million mistakes and have a few million to go, but we do the best we can and go on.
Check with your
doctor first!