Well, I have calmed down a bit from my earlier fuming over the top[:p]. But I have also talked with Wyatt's GI doc and he said for me to give one of 2 docs a call in the morning to ask him for a consult (seeing how he didnt put him in hospital and cant legally see him in hopital without their asking) the GI doc did not mention the doc that has been seeing Wyatt all weekend.. Thank God!!
I am going to be making a few phones calls in the morning, even if the doc does release Wyatt. Just for my benefit and to have it on record about how things went.[:(!][}:)]
I also have a question for those of you who are very medically knowledgable, plus the ones who are RNs. Wyatt's day RN said, when I asked about the O2 levels when sleeping, that a NON sick child should stay around 91-93%. Well, I am not that good when it comes to some of this stuff, but to me this just seems common sense, wouldnt it be normal that is you are SICK that the O2 would fall a bit below what it would if you are well??? They said today before I left something along the lines of putting him back on the O2 if, while sleeping, he hit 89%. Well, I know he did that, but when he moved a bit he went up to 94-95%.. To me it seems to be more of how he is positioned while he is sleeping that is causing his O2 to fall more.
Just curious if my thinking is correct or not as I have never had to deal with the O2 before now. He never had it before this weekend at all that I can recall. Except for a few min after he was born.
Donna - 32
Richard - 33
Whitney Lynn Rochelle- 6-27-99 - (36 wks due to severe PE) 5lbs 2oz 18in long
Wyatt Elijah Lawrence- 7-3-03 (34wks 6days due to severe PIH/PE) 4lbs 6.8oz 17in long
Expecting #3 EDD March 3, 2005 - gallstones