The last few days have been a little discouraging for us. We noticed Wednesday of last week that Noah's legs were not as fast as usual. He couldn't run full speed and developed a limp. We started to get concerned. This is how we first began seeing effects of the tumor two years ago. Today began like any normal Sunday. We went to church, Noah went to class and had a good time, ate lunch with friends and came home.
He began throwing up around 2:30pm and didn't stop for an hour. Jessica laid him down for a nap around 3:30pm. He has gotten out of the habit of taking naps, so we knew something was wrong. He was still asleep at 6:30pm. Jessica tried to wake him but he would not wake up. She called his nurse who advised us to get him to Children's hospital. By 7 he was still not responding. She placed him in the van and we started down the road. He woke up in the van and began asking for food, which was a good sign.
Once at the hospital he ate a few pieces of chicken but soon fell back asleep where he wouldn't wake up. He is being admitted tonight and is being scheduled for an MRI in the morning.
We have an appointment with his Neuro surgeon in the morning. The new image from the MRI should give us a clear picture of what's going on and what we should do.
We desperately need wisdom.
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These posts are written by Noah's parents Jessica & John David Crowe. The default author is Jess, and those written by John David will be noted.