Taking care of Liko automatically means we don't have that much time and attention for Kalle as we used to have. That's difficult. But on the other hand: he seems to be 'fine', he doesn't cry more, he doesn't have more seizures. So I guess it's more difficult for us than it is for Kalle.
The huge amount of phlegm still is his biggest problem. The doctor said we shouldn't underestimate the influence of the teeth breaking through. There are 7 now, including 4 molars. Within just a bit more than 2 months. Getting teeth means drooling 24/7. Maybe Kalle('s body) just doesn't know how to deal with this.
No further news... still waiting for the results of the EEG-reevaluation, in order to analyze the possibility of epilepsy surgery. If it is true that lots of seizures start at one spot in Kalle's head it might be an option. But somehow we don't believe that is the case. The meningitis damaged his brain in so many different places. It would be weird to find one major source of the epilepsy.
|Kalle being cool in his new stroller|