Bianca decided to make her own breakfast this morning.
Doctor Anne indicated that when Bianca was admitted her CRP levels were sitting at around 200 or 400 (a normal level is 3 and below as far as I know) and currently it is sitting at 69. So it is coming down, but still a bit high. CRP is the indicator that tells the doctors whether there is an infection or not.
Then Doctor Anne said that we were allowed a visit home in between antibiotics and of course there is no way that I will be sitting in that hospital room if we are allowed to go out. We have to be back at 16:00 for the next set of antibiotics and to stay the night. Of course we could have gone to the park or zoo or beach, but I thought it would be nice for Bianca to come home a bit and spend some time with Caitlyn. Whenever Bianca stays in hospital for a while, it always makes such a big difference to her mood just to get out a bit.
Caitlyn truly admires her big sister and she follows her around and she has this huge smile on her face whenever she sees Bianca. So the two girls had a bit of fun.
Sisters playing hide and seek.
And now it's back to the hospital and I'll spend the night with Bianca.
- Tazocin (through IV)
- Gentamicin (through IV)
- Omeprazole - 1 capsule a day
- Fluconozole - 10 ml at night
- Metronidazole (through IV)
- Erythromycin (oral antibiotic)
- Co-trimoxazole (three times a week, twice a day)