Ugh. Where to begin. This one was difficult.
She was in pain for much longer.
She was vomiting. Phenergan put a stop to it, but not until her tummy was emptied.
The head tilt was much more aggressive.
She was extremely sensitive to the light.
We lost her a few times. She was awake, but no longer conscious.
One of these times, her eyes were rolling in her head, her legs were drawn up, and she was grunting.
It was frightening.
She was in the tub when it happened, being cleaned up after evacuating her tummy. It took Josh holding her steady in the tub so I could clean her and we could get her out of there.
She was extremely dizzy for a very long period of time.
Her legs seemed to stop working several times.
It started at 12:30. She went to bed at 8:40 with her head still locked down.
These episodes have become such a part of life that while we never like them, we have almost gotten used to them. This one was tough.