It’s been a while since my last post. The end of April got me scared. I don’t mean a bit scared, I mean scared for life scared. My boy, my four year old boy, got some massive stomach pains. And we felt totally NOT HEARD when reaching out for help(4times in 30 hours). We new something was terribly wrong, but one doctor actually said that he would be in a much more critical state if there where to be something as wrong as kidney stones or something. NO ONE KNOWS OUR SON LIKE US!!! Luckily they sent us to the hospital anyway because his urine sample showed signs of to little nutrition. And we where suppose to go there just to get them to decide if we where to give him nutrition with IV. And HALLELUJAH the doctor in the hospital took us seriously right away! And before we new it she got a hold of the attending physician before he left for the day, just to check his abdomen with an ultrasound. That’s when they could see that something was all wrong. His abdomen was filled with fluids. And he said that if it’s the appendix it’s already torn. It wasn’t the appendix. It was pancreatic infection!!! One of the most painful things you can get! And so so dangerous if not taken seriously. When we got to the hospital my boy just laid half a sleep. Mostly sleeping, and hurting... he couldn’t even drink water without having even more massive pain. So so glad they heard us and took us seriously in the hospital. They saved my boy’s life. After all the diagnosis in the end was divided pancreas, and is some of the reason why he got this inflammation so young.
It’s the second time this year that I feel I’m gonna loose a kid. Last time we had to call “911”. But that’s a totally different story.
Because of all this I needed some days before I became my self again. A while there I was scared everyone was going to die.
Now I’m back to normal, and I wanted to show you this great artwork he made outside! He is such an artist! He developed a lot lately! And he can draw the most beautiful things with shapes and color precision.
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