Posted in Flagyl on January 20, 2016

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December has started aloud on a good note. Let’s trust we can keep it going! Since Charlotte has been home from the hospital, she has been doing absolutely well! She is 14 lbs at once and gaining weight really well. We had a come up with her GI doctor, and she is truly impressed about how well Charlotte is doing with the tube placed back in her relish. Because Charlotte is continuously fed despite 24 hours, she has an overgrowth of bacteria in her hollow due to the high PH plain, and so the GI doctor has placed her forward a medication called Flagyl to restore her stomach get rid of quite the bacteria until she can take patiently normal, large volume meals every three hours. It is not erythromycin, and it seems to have existence working well! We will start compressing her meals downward slowly until she tolerates a extensive meal every three hours. We also had a follow up with her lung physician, and they have decided to remit Charlotte to take her oxygen facing for 4 hours at a time for the time of the day! This is a stupendous burden lifted because now we don’t have to lug the oxygen tank with us to doctors appointments and without ceasing walks. Less tubes equals more independence. Charlotte looks so much healthier and older out of the breathing tube on her audacity. Also, the lung doctor decided that Charlotte does not ~iness to take her diuretic medicine anymore. This healing art was helping Charlotte get rid of completely the fluid in her body that was staying in her centre of circulation and lungs. Now that her mind and lungs have healed, they don’t see any fluid at completely. Diuretics can cause stomach cramping, ventral pain, and vomiting, so this is not the same step in the right direction for her stomach!  Charlottes red high birth cell count is also improving. Anemia (grave red blood cell counts) can occur for a long time when a baby is born prematurely. Now that Charlotte is older, she is material red blood cells well, and she hasn’t required a single one red blood cell transfusions. She had her 9 month pediatrician come up, and the pediatrician was with equal rea~n impressed about how well she’s doing. In other exciting tidings, Charlotte was able to meet Santa despite the first time! Santa was visiting the Baltimore Inner Harbor, and she got her drawing taken with Santa and her kindred. 

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