I hate the ng tube. We were at least getting some quiet periods of waking. Now she's so exhausted and irritable. And I don't blame her one bit.
Thank you for taking time to follow Meaghan's journey of healing as she battles Medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer.
Meaghan, our five year old daughter, was diagnosed early November 2009 after an MRI revealed she had a 4 cm solid tumor in her cerebellum. The tumor resection, while successful, resulted in serious complications.
Cancer is a family affair and here I try to chronicle not only Meg's journey, but our whole family's as well.
Saturday, November 14, 2009
It's almost 6:00 a.m. We've logged maybe two hours of broken sleep. The ng tube is really aggravating her. There's really nothing else they can give her. I want to scream from exhaustion, from helplessness... If I only knew what I could do to help her feel more comfortable. I laid in bed with her off and on. That would help a little, but not for long.
Posted by Praying For Meaghan at 5:55 AM