The whole story....Monday Corb vomited any time he was awake. Around 6pm with no letting up, thinking maybe he had the tummy flu and was now a bit dehydrated, I decided it was time to get him to the ER for some IV fluids and the IV form of an anti-nausea med. We went home late and he (we) slept almost all day Tuesday with no vomiting. Wednesday and Thursday still no vomiting, (he even seemed to be pepping up a little bit) this whole time he has been very lethargic, no interest, no smiles, whines, moans, screams and then this morning YIPPIE the vomiting started again bad.
So this time I decided maybe I needed to look into it being his Baclofen pump so I called that Dr's nurse and after speaking with many different nurses we all came to the conclusion to just bring Corb back to the ER. Although his pump Dr. didn't think it had anything to do with the vomiting, he wanted the pump turned down by 10% anyway and he was in the cities doing outreach so he couldn't do it. So off to the ER again, they started another IV fluids and gave him more anti-nausea meds. We got the pump turned up and his tummy calmed down, we came right home and I started his tube feeding very slowing trying to keep his tummy a little full, all the time so he don't feel hungry and want to vomit more. And with his tummy calmed down he will then be able to keep down the liquid form of the anti-nausea. Keeping my fingers crossed anyway hoping this works because he's still very lethargic and seems so not Corb, I'm scared out of my mind.
Caradie and Corbin