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Family ties...

5 Mar 2010 12:14PM   Views : 257 Unique : 173

So Jacob Noah was born on february 24th at 8lb 13oz and had to go straight into intensive care because of a problem called wet lung where the fluid hasn't entirely left the lungs. Then yet thought it may be simply that he's not worked out that he's not a foetus anymore but is a baby. Then they decided it was something else to do with his respiration. After getting better, he took a downward turn but was eventually downgraded to high dependency unit. After a day he was downgraded again to special care. He's there now and is finally off the monitors but he won't eat on his own and a visit today has proven surprising. The doctor told us they noticed a hear murmur 2 days ago and they're going to test it today. Is this normal practises; to keep us in the dark and wait two days to test?
We just want him home now, I'm getting fed up of the hospital...


MattGrayson 9 622 3 England
5 Mar 2010 12:15PM
Please forgive any misspellings I'm on my iPhone and it's not the best...

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Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2010 12:57PM
thinking of you and Jacob Noah, and wish you the best.

It is down to the old lack of communication and hospitals can be the worst.


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