Well, Azaria is now stable enough to to transfer her from Westchester to St. Lukes...she's only about 20 minutes away now...she had a fever last night around 1am and she had a febrile seizure, which isn't uncommon for her...she tore the stitches a little, but she is ok...they did 2 rounds of antibiotics since then because they were worried about infection, but when she was doing good at 10am, I told them to transfer her. They didn't want to but I pretty much told them that they don't have a choice because I need her in a hospital that is closer to home...she just got settled in. She had a sip of juice today. Thats progress...she's still in her own world, but I guess that is to be expected...I asked them to start weaning her off the pain meds, because I want to see if that is what's causing her to be unresponsive. IDK...I'll update again later.
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