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once upon a norza

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It's been quite a while. Aisyah's down with fever again for the 2nd time this month. I'm getting all paranoid because there have been so many cases of HFMD recently and you can still catch it in places like shopping centres and playgrounds.

I'll be staying at my mum's place for a couple of days cos she's helping me look after Aisyah. I doubt I can survive with my condition feeling nauseous (sometimes), bloated and everything at the moment (thank God for mums!). We're keeping a lookout for rashes and ulcers because I thought I did see a couple of red dots on her tummy last week.

HFMD begins with a mild fever, poor appetite, malaise ("feeling sick"), and frequently a sore throat. 1 or 2 days after the fever begins, painful sores develop in the mouth. They begin as small red spots that blister and then often become ulcers. They are usually located on the tongue, gums, and inside of the cheeks. The skin rash develops over 1 to 2 days with flat or raised red spots, some with blisters. The rash does not itch, and it is usually located on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. It may also appear on the buttocks. A person with HFMD may have only the rash or the mouth ulcers.
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At 2:46 PM, Blogger Mrs Beki said...

Poor Aisyah...Semoga Allah kurniakan kesembuhan dan kesihatan. Amin.....    



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