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Mumsnetters aren't necessarily qualified to help if your child is unwell. If you have any serious medical concerns, we would urge you to consult your GP.

I'm so fed up :(

(11 Posts)
alibobins Sun 17-Aug-08 00:30:54

I'm so fed up with ds being ill all the time I've felt rubbish since seeing gp yesterday sad Gp just said well I can't tell you why all this is happening it's just Jamessad
I've had enough I just need answers now and want to know whysad

AvenaLife Sun 17-Aug-08 00:34:18

What sort of illnesses do you mean? Is your little one at nursery?

AvenaLife Sun 17-Aug-08 00:34:20

What sort of illnesses do you mean? Is your little one at nursery?

Bowddee Sun 17-Aug-08 00:35:59

What sort of ill? How old is DS?

alibobins Sun 17-Aug-08 00:40:00

No he's got chest problems and allergies sad
He had problems with a growth on his face that required emergency surgery last november time and now he's got another onesad
I've been out so prob just feeling sorry for myselfsad

Bowddee Sun 17-Aug-08 00:45:31

In that case I have nothing useful to say at all, sorry

Would a small (((hug))) make you feel a bit better?

alibobins Sun 17-Aug-08 00:49:40

Yeah I think I need a hug sad

JonahTakalua Sun 17-Aug-08 00:51:01

(((alibobins)))

AvenaLife Sun 17-Aug-08 00:52:36

Little kiddies all come into the world differently. Some appear perfect but grow to be little devils, some don't come into the world the way which their parents exect them to and are loved and cherished regardless. It's the luck of the draw. If you ever meet a parent who has the child they truly expect then they are lying. You were blessed with a child who has chest problems and allergies. This is him. You can't change the way he is, you take each day at a time and he'll love you anyway. This is parenthood. The media portrays it as giving birth to a perfect child who is immediately clean, sleeps through the night, happy and content all the time so we all expect this. It never happens though. If you look through the threads on her you can see this. This is him, this is how your child is. He's your child because the powers that be know that you'll love him, chest problems, allergies etc. There's probably no medical reason for them, it's just how his body works. You can't change this.

you are allowed to feel sorry for yourself. It's completely acceptable.

alibobins Sun 17-Aug-08 00:56:00

I needed that smile He's such a good child he accepts everything in his stride and doesn't know any differentsad

AvenaLife Sun 17-Aug-08 01:03:21

He doesn't need to though. This is him. ((sending a hug)) He sounds so brave. smile

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