Saturday, October 17, 2009

The Long Bad Friday

Well dad's certainly glad he took the time off work this week. I've been keeping him real busy with this cluster. Things just don't seem to be getting any better yet.

Tabasco Sauce
16:45 Friday. Just before mum got home from work I had another seizure that left me all panting and out of breath just as she got home.

At around 20:30 and 22:30 dad noticed some strange small episodes. It was as I I was starting a seizure but then snapped out of it after less than 5 seconds. There was a sticking out of tongue as if someone had put tabasco sauce on it and then my head shook left to right as if trying to get rid of the taste. Then it just stopped there.

23:45 Friday. Mum had not long gone to bed when I had another seizure with dad watching TV. After that dad took me upstairs so I could sleep with them so they could keep an eye on me.

03:30 Saturday. I woke dad up with a big seizure again. So after taking me downstairs for so water and a walk outside he slept on the sofa to let mum sleep. I kept dad up by just pacing around and when he closed his eyes I had to check he was still alive by licking his face!

06:20 Saturday. Another big seizure, followed by lots of disorientation. This might have been because dad used the last two Diazepams up the woowah. I got some food and dad finally had to go get some sleep. Blaine go up not long after and had to clean up some poop and mop up some wee.

Since the 6am seizure I've been on the go all day. I won't lie still and even after a good walk and chasing a ball I'm still hyperactive. What's more annoying is that I now don't want to be alone and follow mum or dad around whilst moaning and whining for attention. I can't be put outside for more than five minutes as I start barking and whimpering at the door until someone gives in.

I also have returned to my previous "stair-o-phobia". I won't go upstairs, no matter how much I am on my own. I stay at the bottom whining until someone comes down to be with me.

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