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January 18th, 2009, 10:35 PM
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I took every precaution I can think of, even at times going to an extreme, and after 3 days home we are back in the hospital. He had a fever of 100.6 (and 100.4 is automatic 48 hour admission). Within the timeframe of an hour he got a cough, diarhea, threw up, and got a fever. he also has a runny nose BUT I think thats probably from teething.
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January 18th, 2009, 11:02 PM
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Praying it's just the teething. (((hugs))))
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January 18th, 2009, 11:30 PM
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I'm sure the runny nose is just the teething but the cough and everything else has me thinking that something else is also going on. I took every precaution in the world. No one came over unless they had not been sick within 3 days, the other kids are always with me, we haven't gone anywhere (our walk each day is only down to the mailbox and back and its when no one else is out plus he's in the sling with a face mask on).
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January 19th, 2009, 08:38 AM
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HUGS sweetie... sometimes no matter how hard you try a germ is going to get in.

A friend of ours had her little guy stricken with cancer at about a year old. She honestly didn't let anyone come over, it wasn't worth the risk to her. After a while she had a plan, that sounded silly to some. No out side clothing allowed. If anyone wanted to visit, she would pick up a change of their clothing, bring it home and wash it and keep it in the house. If they wanted to come visit they could stop by, she'd give them the clothes and they'd change in the porch. Wash their hands in the kitchen and some hand sanitizer and they were fine.

Not that it's something I'd necessarily suggest for you, but maybe it's an idea for your immediate family, change as soon as you get home, because you never know what you're going to pick up outside and track inside. Even we here don't wear our outdoor clothing around the house often...

HUGS hun, I hope he's feeling better asap!
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January 19th, 2009, 10:03 AM
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HUGS sweetie... sometimes no matter how hard you try a germ is going to get in.

A friend of ours had her little guy stricken with cancer at about a year old. She honestly didn't let anyone come over, it wasn't worth the risk to her. After a while she had a plan, that sounded silly to some. No out side clothing allowed. If anyone wanted to visit, she would pick up a change of their clothing, bring it home and wash it and keep it in the house. If they wanted to come visit they could stop by, she'd give them the clothes and they'd change in the porch. Wash their hands in the kitchen and some hand sanitizer and they were fine.

Not that it's something I'd necessarily suggest for you, but maybe it's an idea for your immediate family, change as soon as you get home, because you never know what you're going to pick up outside and track inside. Even we here don't wear our outdoor clothing around the house often...

HUGS hun, I hope he's feeling better asap![/b]
I would LOVE to do that, but with our current living situation its not really feasible. You walk in the front door and your in the main part of the place, and you have to pass right by the kids rooms and our room to get to a bathroom (the only place for someone to change)
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January 19th, 2009, 10:35 AM
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HUGS sweetie... sometimes no matter how hard you try a germ is going to get in.

A friend of ours had her little guy stricken with cancer at about a year old. She honestly didn't let anyone come over, it wasn't worth the risk to her. After a while she had a plan, that sounded silly to some. No out side clothing allowed. If anyone wanted to visit, she would pick up a change of their clothing, bring it home and wash it and keep it in the house. If they wanted to come visit they could stop by, she'd give them the clothes and they'd change in the porch. Wash their hands in the kitchen and some hand sanitizer and they were fine.

Not that it's something I'd necessarily suggest for you, but maybe it's an idea for your immediate family, change as soon as you get home, because you never know what you're going to pick up outside and track inside. Even we here don't wear our outdoor clothing around the house often...

HUGS hun, I hope he's feeling better asap![/b]
I would LOVE to do that, but with our current living situation its not really feasible. You walk in the front door and your in the main part of the place, and you have to pass right by the kids rooms and our room to get to a bathroom (the only place for someone to change)
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That sucks hun. They had heated porch at the back of their house... so people always changed there. I hope they figure out what Joey has so you can hurry up and go back home!
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January 19th, 2009, 02:50 PM
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Traci. I am glad that the mass is still shrinking, and I hope that he gets rid of whatever else is making him sick so that he can go back home again soon.
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January 21st, 2009, 02:33 AM
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January 21st, 2009, 09:00 AM
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We're home and doing well. It was a cold. 2 nights in a hospital for a cold. He's currently crawling around the floor making all sorts of noises. Nice to see normal stuff right now.
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