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  1. AK November 6, 2009 11:11 am

    Regarding the scene with your kid with the 104 fever, projectile vomiting, suddenly getting better the minute the health care provider arrives…

    Thats the damn problem. And too bad the doctors dont understand. You have zero way, as a parent, to know whether the kid is going to get better. A 104 fever is serious shit. You cant know if the kid will get better 2 hours later, or if its a case of bacterial meningitis that is contagious and lethal..or god knows what.

    I had real flu 3 years ago, kept waiting to get better. Did the all natural route, too.

    After 5 nights of living hell from chills fever and night sweats, I finally decide to get medical attention–and hello, turned out both my lungs were snowed out from double pneumonia.

    Any doctor who doesnt understand how quickly children get sick and how quickly they get well and also how quicly kids can get sick and die–and who scowls at a mom like you who did the right thing–they’re the jerks.

    The faster you get sick, the faster you get well–and the faster you can die. Its too hard to tell what the outcome will be.s

  2. What is norco. February 11, 2010 11:58 pm

    Norco bike….

    Norco….