I woke with Jake by my side.
We talked to each other for a bit.
I then put on some show on Disney and went to go get ready.
We were taking muffins and cookies to the fire stations that had helped Jake.
As I was washing my face, I heard it.
The huge gasp!
I ran into the bedroom and saw, Jake seizing again.
The neurologist sent us home with no emergency medicine, so there was nothing i could do except hold him and talk to him.
After about 4 minutes I called the nuero's office and asked what I should do. Should I bring him in to them or call 911.
They told me I could make an appt., they didn't know what to do.
Hello?!!! my son is seizing now!! What do I do?!
After a couple more minutes waiting for answers, I hung up with them and my mother in law and I decided to call 911.
the minutes ticked by, 7 minutes, 8 minutes, 9 minutes.
I believe the paramedics made it to the house at minute 11 and Jake was still seizing. However, I quit counting.
He was still seizing as we loaded him in the ambulance.
We rode to another hospital and prayed they would find anything to answer the question, as to why he is seizing so much.
They did spinal tap, which turned out negative, and decided he needs to be checked in again.
After several calls to our pediatrician, and our neurologist.
After waiting hours for the neurologist to show up, Matt and ,along with friends, and even my dr. (ob/gyn) made the difficult decision to transfer Jake to Dallas Children's. (our , so called, nuerologist never did show)
Leaving, yet another hospital, still with no answers.
Jake with Tracey eating Rosie's yummy cookies!
God Bless~ Christine