Chest infection 

I am cuddling George in a hospital room as I type.


He’s had a chest infection for weeks and weeks – which two rounds of antibiotics have failed to shift.

He took a marked turn for the worst last night with a high temperature and rapid breathing, so we brought him in.

George had a chest x-ray which confirmed an infection, was given yet more antibiotics and oxygen throughout the night.

He’s groggy today, but sounding better than he did. 

Doctors are observing him throughout the day and will make a call later if he needs another night here.

Once again we’re reminded how amazing the NHS is.

This boy certainly keeps us on our toes!

Chest infection 

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