She's not eating as much as she usually does but we have been trying to push fluids so she doesn't get dehydrated. She seems to be back on her normal nap schedule also. She slept a lot while we were in the hospital because we were told seizures tend to wear them out completely. She was such a trooper, she was poked and proded so many times.
The Neurologist told us to probably expect more seizures but that we hope she will grown out of it. She is at a slight risk for epilepsy when she gets older but we can't worry about that right now. When/If she has another seizure we need to time it and if it lasts longer than 5 minutes we need to call 911 and if she doesn't wake up after 30 minutes we need to call 911.
It felt really good when the pediatric specialist who came and hour and a half to pick us up told my husband that I was a really good mama and that I stayed calm and was there for Sanai when she was going through her seizure. That really wasn't the case with the first two seizures at all! It felt good to hear a total stranger say something like that! Needless to say, we hope she is on the mend. And I want to thank everyone for their prayers.
|At our local hospital, she was resting before the Vanderbilt team arrived to transport us|
|Leaving our local hospital, after her second seizure. She was still not awake but stabilized.|
Her little feet...we were waiting to be moved from the ER to a regular room
Sleeping after a morning bottle
We both squeezed on this tiny pull out bed!
Looking rough on this fine morning! LOL
Only my child would be this cute as a spaghetti head. The tech asked me to send her this picture because she looked so cute!