You did your best. I find it hard to think clearly when its my own child (Ds had a couple of long seizures together some years back and someone else rang the ambulance whilst I tipped water over him thinking it was the heat!)- you reacted fine. Don't blame yourself! Hope you stop shaking soon. Honks
DS1 seemed ok this morning, quite achy, but I know myself that that is quite 'normal' after a sz.
He went to school, and I haven't had a call yet...
He seemed a lot more calm and less verbally aggressive this morning, and got up nicely and got ready really well.
I'm wondering if his terrible attitude d rudeness is somehow connected, as he seems a lot more the DS1 he usually is than he has been for the last couple of weeks.
I'm going to watch him like a hawk if his behaviour starts to deteriorate again!
I'm ok now too, hoping it was a one-off, if not, we will cross that bridge when we come to it,
Had a busy day already today, 2 hr allergist appointment for DS3 at the Hospital, I have a Y6 residential trip and SATS meeting at the school at 3pm for DS1, and then straight back to...the Hospital...for DS2's Hydrotherapy.
I will have spent more time in the Hospital in the last 48 hrs than I have at home!!
And all 3 DS's will have been there in the last 2 days. All of them.