To this day and I am 31 I can clearly remember the smell of a face mask. Green cellophane is my trigger. It brings it back. Not the wrost thing in the world. But i remember! Glad she is okay after what you went through. Hope the MRI gives you answers.
I had to hold my daughter down while she did allergy testing. She was crying and begging me to make them stop. It was awful I was n tears myself. I knew it was for the best but it doesnt make it easier.... Feel ur pain hun. My dd now has a fear of needles. She kicked the hell out of me and two nurses and her dr just for a lead test....
We had to help hold our oldest DS down while he got an IV because they said they had to have him out while they did his stitches. He was 18 months at the time. Then I had to hold his head still when he had to get them taken out at his pedi's office. I hated having to do it both times.
I am so glad i am not the only one here. I felt horrible. like i was a terrible mom for doing it to her :( i still do. but i am glad im not alone. im sorry for all of you as well. thank you for reading my venting
My oldest son had to be held down to get stitches in his tongue, I was so upset the doctor stopped what he was doing, pulled $5.00 out of his pocket, gave it to me and told the nurse to take me to the cafeteria and asked my mom if she would be able to stay or did she need to go too. My mom stayed and my son had to have 7 stitches 3 on top of his tongue and 4 on the bottom. I felt like such a failure because my being upset scared him more than getting the stitches.
My youngest Dd had to be held down just a couple weeks ago (she got into a fight with a grocery cart and it busted her lip. It took everything in me not to cry, but then again, she is my 6th kid and I've been through much worse with 3 of my kids passing away.