Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Allergic reaction to his shots

Dash is alright now  but boy did we have an event with him tonight. He and I went to go get our allergy shots. We used the stairs to exit and the door locks behind us.  He said then...(this is 30 minutes after shots we sit in office), Mom I want a squirt (albutral) so we are locked out. I stand keeping a watch as he assures me "I'm alright"...



taken while camping this summer

We get home and I begin setting supper on the table.
Dash asked me to sign a paper for school. My hands busy he was asked to wait a moment. HE WENT ballistic! His face is red, he is talking strange, snorting heavily. He is angry cause I looked at him. Then he (yes Dash) leaves the dinner table. If any of you know Dash you'll understand. He went to his room. " I just want to go to sleep mom"
Panic!
As we race this kid "I did not know" to the car he is fighting it the whole way to the point that daddy man said I'll carry you to the car if you do not stop the fit. HE did not want to be looked at.

I got him back to the allergist thinking it better than the ER. They got him right back to the urgent care room. A shot of epinephrine, oxygen, antihistamine, breathing treatment and then one and a half steroid pills. My boy is back. He said "oh this feels better" after the shot.

So he is fine. Daddy man let him go to the friends house, after my insistence he is going for him to bring him home. Now a 10 year old on major speed.

Breathing.
blessed

5 comments:

Denise said...

Bless his dear heart, so glad he is better sis.

Susie said...

Wow! How scary! I am glad that he is ok.

Corey~living and loving said...

oh my goodness what a fright. I'm relieved to know that he is okay now.
hugs!

Annette said...

I'm glad Mr. Dash is doing better, what a scary thing to go through..poor little guy just didnt understand it and that made it harder on him as well, I know as a parent how that feels, When my son had that MRSA and had to have I.V. Vanco (a real strong antibiotic) and he had an reaction to it, he got what they call "Red man syndrome" his face turned fire red and had a hard time breathing, man I yelled out in the hall, I want a nurse STAT!! he was so scared, and so was I, for a moment, but I knew I had a great nurse taking care of him, and I just stood there and prayed....
I liked the verse Isaiah 11:6, so so very true and bless Miss Dove...she's such a sweet soul, like you, and your post on "Clean Hands" really hit home with me tonight, made me get teary eyed...and I know thats GOD speaking to me.

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Amrita said...

Take care y 'all

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