O, wow, now I get her reaction. When she got the stuff out of the bag and was suprised and she said "o… they come like this" and she held on a syringe I was thinking 'yeah.. what's special about that? You get your saline flushes, your heparine etc. in a pre-filled syringe, why would you be suprised these would be the same??'
But yeah.. OK, I get it now.
And I agree with other anons that you could see the allergic reaction to her oral antibiotics coming from far away. That was SO friggin' obvious. I have to say I still don't get what it going on. She has a very localized infection; is it normal to get IV antibiotics for that? Of course she got oral abx first, but aren't there other abx that could be taken orally, and wouldn't they be a more logical choice?>>426828
Good catch, didn't even think of that. But I never understood how she can be tossing and turning violently
with her supposed EDS. If you dislocate or even just hurt your joints in your sleep, your body tends to learn not to turn as much. She even said when she had 'feeding tube pain' because she slept on it wrong that after a while she didn't sleep on it anymore, so that couldn't be the cause of her pain. So she can learn not to sleep in certain positions when it causes her pain, but not when it wakes her up?
O, and regarding the new bed: have all of you caught how she didn't have any reflux issues from her feeds now that she is putting the headrest up? So she is sleeping in a position that is NOT recommended for reflux because it can make it worse (there's pressure on the stomach when you are in that position, that's why they recommend you lie in a reverse trendelenberg, which means the bed is still flat but the head end is higher) and now she is not having a problem that she can't have(1) because the feeds go straight in her intestines. Sure Jaq, sure.
1) obviously she can still have reflux issues, but she says she gets them from her feeds and this is one of the reasons why she wants to do day-only feeds.
Of course, everyone is different and preferences can vary widely, but isn't it curious how only munchies prefer day-only feeds over night feeds?