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Sick Rebecca Part 3

Today, I’m so happy to report that Rebecca is coming home!!!
Here are some pictures from her tests yesterday and coming home today!

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They had to take some blood tests- poor thing!

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All bandaged up.

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*inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale* They listened to her heart beat.

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Temperature looks good!

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“Well, Rebecca- you’re good to go home!” Said doctor Jack. (hehe! Kinda like “Jaclynn” since I was the doctor of course!)
“YAAAAAY!!!” Rebecca exclaimed! “But, what is wrong with me, doctor?” She asked.
“Well, it seems you’re Anemic. It’s nothing serious- you just have to change your diet to eating things with iron in it, such as spinach and green vegetables. The reason you passed out those couple of times is because the red blood cell count is low. If you start getting more iron in your diet- as well as taking some iron vitamins- you’ll be better in no time!” Doctor Jack explained.
“Ooooh! Ok, thank you doctor!” Rebecca said happily, besides the fact that she doesn’t like spinach-blech!

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“Mommy!!! I’m fine! I just have Ameniack!” She said.
“Oh, wonderful! And it’s “Anemia”, sweetie.” I corrected.
The doctor explained everything to me while Rebecca’s things were packed.

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While we drove home Rebecca smiled. She couldn’t wait to be home with her brothers and sisters- even if she did have to eat spinach!

Yay! Rebecca’s gonna be just fine! I thought she was going to need surgery! Ugh- the worries of a mom (hehe)!
Have you everย been Anemic before? Have your dolls ever needed surgery?
~Jaclynn

12 Responses to Sick Rebecca Part 3

  • YAY!!! I’m not Animetic thingie that you said!:D And no my dolls NEVER need surgery, It’s never THAT bad!;)

    • Hehe! Good!
      Oh, ok! Rebecca almost needed surgery one time.. I think it’d be an interesting thing to play ๐Ÿ˜‰ LOL!
      ~Jaclynn

  • Yay Rebecca! You’re all better!!!!

  • Yay! I’m glad she’s feeling better!
    I have not had Anemic-I haven’t even heard of it!
    No, they haven’t. And I hope it will stay that way! Have any of your dolls had surgery Jaclynn?
    ~Carli

    • I am too!
      Hehe- Anemia- if you have Anemia then you’re Anemic so you were close! ๐Ÿ™‚
      That’s good! No, but I almost made Rebecca need surgery awhile ago.. LOL!
      ~Jaclynn

  • Oops. I have never been able to get the medical stuff down, except for the stuff I have. It’s easy to remeber if its my condition! Oh okay. How do you pronounce that? Ann-a-mia?
    Hehe! Sounds like me when my dolls are sick!
    ~Carli

    • Hehe! It’s ok! I have trouble too! “A-nee-mia” ๐Ÿ˜‰
      LOL! Really? That’s funny! I think it’d be interesting if one of them needed surgery but sad at the same time. It’s like I have one side saying “Yes! That’d be so interesting and kind of fun!” And another side saying “Noooo! That’s too sad! Poor little thing!” LOL! I usually go with that one! ๐Ÿ˜€
      ~Jaclynn

  • Oh okay! How’d you learn about Anemia?
    Hehe! No, like I almost make them have surgery, but then have second thoughts, and make it something a little less serious. Yeah I do that sometimes too. Hehe! I probably go with that one too, if my doll was going through surgery.
    ~Carli

    • My mom told me about it. Cause I was actually playing that she was sick and I asked my mom (cause I had no idea) “What should she have that she would have to stay over for some tests for?” And then she explained to me about Anemia. Hehe! Thank goodness for moms! ๐Ÿ™‚
      LOL! Same here! That’s so funny!! ๐Ÿ˜€
      ~Jaclynn

  • Oh okay! Hehe! They can be helpful. It is funny!
    ~Carli

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