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GASTROSCHISIS
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NANNA10X posted:
MY GRANDAUGHTER BORN 12/2012,WITH GASTRO SHE SPENT 30 DAYS IN ICU CAME HOME FOR WEEK STARTED SPITTN UP WENT BACK TO HOSP THEY PUT A TPN IN HER NOW THEY WANT TO SEND HER HOME FOR THE MOM TO CARE FOR WHO IS 21 WITH A 4 YR OLD , IS THIS A SMART MOVE ON THE HOSPITALS PART, IT SEEMS SO RISKY TO ME BECAUSE SHE HAS TO B MONITORED ALL THE TIME MY DAUGHTER IS REAL SCARED SHE MIGHT DO SOMETHING WRONG AND HURT HER BABY EVEN THO THE HOSPITAL SHOWED HER WAT TO TO IN TWO DAYS.....THIS IS ONE ONE THE BEST HOSPITALS IN SO CAL WHAT SHOULD I DO AS A GRANMA THIS DONT SEEM RIGHT TO ME.
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