Originally Posted by sandy2u1
As a parent, if I were unsure whether to take my child to the hospital, I wouldn't waste my time on the least qualified people I could find. I would call my child's on-call emergency doctor and have a conversation with them.
No, we don't want you to post on here in case you have a real medical emergency. In that situation, you need to see a qualified medical professional. Heck, even when we did give you sensible advice, you didn't take it.
You can throw all the tantrums you want. You posted in the pretense that you had a real medical emergency. All we were doing was trying to help.
I think if you were getting all the help you need, then you wouldn't be crying out for attention.
Again not trying to provoke an argument but as a parent I do agree. Medical emergencies should not be questioned online. If in doubt go to the ER. My lil brother has hydrocephalus aka water on the brain from meningitis as a baby. Often he has no symptoms at all. He is only 22 and he could die anytime if he isn't monitored by someone who knows the head/brain... just one example how serious and vulnerable your brain really is and how rare that signs show up. This post seriously scared me as a parent. You can replace nearly everything in your body or learn to live without it including your heart but your brain is irreplaceable.
With the sincerest of regards,
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Eta: its sounds weird the way I worded it but you can get a heart transplant not live without it (bad at wording :/), you can't replace your brain though...