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Old 05-05-2013, 04:15 PM   #41
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I guess after two days the pink eye hadn't cleared up at all so they decided the antibiotic wasn't working and wanted a new one.
Most likely, the reason the pink eye wasn't clearing up with the antibiotic is because it was viral or allergic pink eye and therefore antibiotics do nothing for it. Oy.

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There is no logic allowed in this house. It is not conducive to recreational hysterics.
And may it always be so. It blows for you, but it entertains the rest of us .
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Maybe she, your SIL has Munchausen Syndrome.


I have a friend is constantly dragging her DD to the doctor for some stupid thing. One time she went in for an MRI because she had a 5 min dizzy spell. Ughhhh.... Really.... Because spinning doesn't normally make kids dizzy.
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Maybe she, your SIL has Munchausen Syndrome.

I have a friend is constantly dragging her DD to the doctor for some stupid thing. One time she went in for an MRI because she had a 5 min dizzy spell. Ughhhh.... Really.... Because spinning doesn't normally make kids dizzy.
It's terrible what people will put their kids through
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I guess after two days the pink eye hadn't cleared up at all so they decided the antibiotic wasn't working and wanted a new one.
And thus the reason for the hives - allergic reaction! So I can kind of see why she took her in for hives, because it was probably one of the eleventy reactions mentioned on the RX paperwork. That doesn't make me sympathetic to going to the ER over pink eye three times though!
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And thus the reason for the hives - allergic reaction! So I can kind of see why she took her in for hives, because it was probably one of the eleventy reactions mentioned on the RX paperwork. That doesn't make me sympathetic to going to the ER over pink eye three times though!
She probably got the hives from the antibiotics. *shrug*

Both my kids have to avoid any of the "-Cillin" ones (amoxicillin, penicillin) bc they got hives offer taking them.
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She probably got the hives from the antibiotics. *shrug*

Both my kids have to avoid any of the "-Cillin" ones (amoxicillin, penicillin) bc they got hives offer taking them.
Same here. I didn't know until I was an adult, but it was obvious.
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Maybe she, your SIL has Munchausen Syndrome.


I have a friend is constantly dragging her DD to the doctor for some stupid thing. One time she went in for an MRI because she had a 5 min dizzy spell. Ughhhh.... Really.... Because spinning doesn't normally make kids dizzy.
That was my thought! Munchausen By Proxy. http://kidshealth.org/parent/general...unchausen.html
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