If you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, you're aware that my great-granddaughter S, who was born on January 12th, was taken to hospital by ambulance, yesterday.
Apparently, she began turning blue, and was not breathing. Then, would breath, but it would happen again.
This happened shortly after I left, after visiting and holding her for close to an hour in time.
I thought I should keep you informed, as to how S is doing. She's home, now.
After spending about 24 hours at the hospital, and having many various tests done, she was able to be taken home.
As far as I know, the results of the testing done, didn't show what the problem was. However, it looks like what was happening, has not happened for a while.
Apparently, S received a prescription for medication that will address an issue of acid reflux (or possibly, colic).
While there was no determination made, confirming this was the problem, the hospital doctor felt that it may have been a possibility. If this issue was the problem, it may have made her choke, internally without vomiting. And, not be able to breathe, properly.
Hopefully, this was the problem. And, will be dealt with, through the use of the prescribed medication, issued.
I must admit, I am happy that S made it through this health concern. After all, it was only 10 days ago that she was born.
Of course, it is always God's will that is done.
He determines what will happen in everything. Including our life and death issues.
Just as we read, in Ecclesiastes 3:1-2, "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;"
We truly have no control over anything in our lives. For the timing of everything, is handled by God.
We had no control over when we were scheduled to be born. Nor, when we'll die.
Just as we read in today's Bible verses.
Still, I am grateful to you, and to all who have prayed for my great-granddaughter S, who is now resting at home.
For this, I praise God. And you, my friend(s).
I pray that you are willing to continue praying for S, requesting of God that she is fully healed from whatever it was that was ailing her. And, may she not be subject to further complications of this situation, and/or death.
Thank you. May God bless you... always!
Until next time...
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