Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Kyla 6/365

More Medical Gadgetry

Today KayTar went to the allergist to follow up on her Botox for Babies lip swelling allergic reaction a few weeks ago (there was no actual Botox involved, in case you're wondering). The allergist didn't feel comfortable doing a skin test, because she is at high risk for anaphylaxis since her original reaction involved two body systems so we're being sent for blood work tomorrow. However, her high risk of anaphylaxis did qualify her for a lovely consolation prize, her very own pack of EpiPens.

8 comments:

Mad said...

Hey! Now you and Josh can play Pulp Fiction.

Not funny? I know it's not. Not at all.

Here's hoping the blood work will allow you to return to sender.

Chaotic Joy said...

Awww...her first EpiPen. May you never have to use it.

Becca or Cori depending :) said...

Those pens are awesome. I am glad you have one for that just in case moment. Hoping you will never have that but prepared if you do

tierd said...

I hope you never have to use those. But aren't you glad you have them in case you need them?

sheree said...

Congrats on your new accessory for the ever-sweet kaytar! :)

Janet said...

I hope it turns out to be nothing, in the end. But in case it does, this might make you feel better: Drew has had two Epis as his constant companions for years. And we have never used them even once. Still, we don't leave home without 'em.

ewe are here said...

Some kids get all the best toys. So unfair.



Hope she never needs them.

crazymumma said...

way to go Kyla. I am sure tehy have way styling carryiers for them. Hell. Put it in a holster. But may you never have to use it sweet one.