Jarrett's EMG

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Jarrett's EMG
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Wed, 03-01-2006 - 9:39am

Well the test was negative. Surprise, surprise. So now there's really nothing more they can do. They switched him to a different med and he is sleeping all night so that's a big thing. We're going to try this for 6 months and see how it goes. The test it self went well. The only little glitch we had was the anesthesia guy gave him Versad before they started. I told him he didn't need it because he doesn't get scared and cooperates fine, but they gave it anyway. He's never had it before, but when he woke up from the anesthesia he was bawling like crazy. He said he didn't know why he was crying, but he bawled all day. I mean screaming sobbing all day. It had to be that because he never does that. So I guess we'll not be having that again. He's also gone 2 days without a stomache ache. This is the first time in 2 months. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

Gretchen

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Thu, 03-02-2006 - 9:09am
Getchen, thanks for the update!

 


 



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Registered: 01-08-2004
Thu, 03-02-2006 - 11:49am

Don't you just LOVE those anesthesiologist? They never listen to anything. Glad to hear his tummy is feeling better. I can't imagine having a tummy ache everyday.

How are you all surviving without Camp Snoopy anymore? LOL.

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Registered: 03-27-2003
Sat, 03-04-2006 - 6:17pm

I haven't been to the MOA since last summer, but from what I understand everything is the same, just without the Snoopy name. Leave it to a bunch of grown up's to get into a fight and ruin it for everyone else!!! As for the tummy ache's, they've started again. He actually "spit up", if that's possible for a 6 year old this am. I'm totally convinced it's not the poop thing, with the Miralax he's going about twice a day and it's large amounts. I guess we'll just watch it.

Gretchen