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Whohasnickedmyvodka · 20/09/2020 17:41

My youngest dd4 is in A&E with breathing problems suspected asthma with her dad I can't be there as my eldest dd friend who is in care has been trusted to me for the night by ss is staying so I can't leave them alone I'm sitting here waiting for news and scared she will more than likely have to stay in overnight what do I do

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Hooleywhipper · 20/09/2020 17:43

Passing a hand to hold 💜

BanditsBum · 20/09/2020 17:49

Hope your DD is ok

DifficultPifcultLemonDifficult · 20/09/2020 17:52

I've had this quite a few times with ds when he was younger.

They will likely put her on a nebuliser and she will hopefully get out tonight, they don't seem keen to keep people on for long at the moment.

Its really scary but she is in the absolute best place right now Flowers

Blackdog19 · 20/09/2020 17:54

I hope your dd is ok. What a wonderful thing you’re doing for your eldest dd’s friend. I’m sure if you keep posting, there’ll be Mumsnetters to handhold for as long as you need x

mineofuselessinformation · 20/09/2020 17:59

They usually get on top of this sort of thing very quickly, even if the situation were much more serious (my dc1 went in and didn't respond to the usual meds, which is very rare).
It's difficult to just wait (I won't say not worry), but she should be home within hours hopefully. Thanks

Hooleywhipper · 20/09/2020 19:12

Hoping you’ve had some news from the hospital OP

RJnomore1 · 20/09/2020 19:14

Hello lovely I don’t know if you remember me, it’s been a while since we spoke. I’m here and I’ve got a spare hand for you.

She’s in a good place, they will look after her. X

Whohasnickedmyvodka · 21/09/2020 06:53

She is still in I'm on my way up now her breathing isn't great still

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RJnomore1 · 21/09/2020 17:24

How is she now?

Hooleywhipper · 22/09/2020 00:36

Hoping DD is more comfortable OP.

Whohasnickedmyvodka · 22/09/2020 09:33

Hi we have been released and are home it was asthma and a viral infection she was on oxygen and nebulisers for most of the day but breathing is so much better today we have steroids and her inhaler 10 puffs every 4 hours xx

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mineofuselessinformation · 22/09/2020 16:47

That's good news - I hope she continues to recover.

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