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dengue fever

October 4th, 2009 at 04:33 pm

Ale seems to have caught dengue fever again. I HATE mosquitoes!

It is more dangerous this time around, because it could turn into hemorragic dengue if you've already have it.

Her platelets are at 127,000 (normally, the minimum is 150,000). She's at home today, on fluids and vitamin C. We need to do another blood test tomorrow, if she is anywhere near 100,000, she'll have to be hospitalized. Did I mention I hate mosquitoes?

I'm trying to stay calm, I managed to keep her out of the hospital the last time, I'm hoping, with God's help, to keep her out this time, too!

11 Responses to “dengue fever”

  1. Broken Arrow Says:

    I don't know what you said, but I hope your little girl gets well soon!

  2. monkeymama Says:

    I hope she gets better soon too.

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    I sure wish your daughter a quick recovery!! Take care of you, too.

  4. frugaltexan75 Says:

    I'm sorry to hear she's sick. Frown I hope she gets well soon!

  5. boomeyers Says:

    Will pray for both of you!! Keep us posted!

  6. LuxLiving Says:

    Hope all turns out well with Ale!

  7. Thrifty Ray Says:

    Poor Ale! I hope you are successful with keeping her out of the hospital. Not only are they expensive, but they can be a breeding ground for even worse ailments....GooD Luch to you!!

  8. Patrick Says:

    sorry that Ale is ill. Ihope you can keep her out of the hospital too.

  9. Analise Says:

    So sorry to hear about Ale. I hope she recuperates quickly. And, please let us know how she's doing.

  10. NJDebbie Says:

    Hope she feels better soon. Growing up in the Caribbean, "el dengue" was the biggest threat. Municipalities used to spray and removed any objects with stagnant water.

  11. miclason Says:

    Thanks, all. She´s feeling better now. The main problem we havenow is that besides the dengue, she has an upper respiratory tract infection, and, while she has dengue, that cannot be treated as aggressively as it should. Also, of course, she´s passed that infection to me, so now we truly have an in'house hospital! Frown

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