ok I know that she woke up and they took her off the machine. they got her fever down to the lowest was 101. she was up and talking. at 9:30am she had more convulsions while have a x-ray or mri and the fever went back up and is 107. they are going ahead with the iv antibiotics and giving her a massive dose of benadryl due to the allergy of antibiotics. so they have to watch that also. she is back on the ventilator and she will wake up but they are trying to keep her sedated due to her heart rate and her trying to pull out the tube. that's it for now.
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