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HARRIET IS RUSHED INTO THE DERBY ROYAL HOSPITAL WITH A BRONCHAL RESPIRATORY VIRUS

Harriet was having a much better year, she had been admitted to hospital once and only needed to visit a hospital for consultant appointments, was now at school on a regular basis and generally doing well. This year's Flu Virus vaccinations came out alot earlier and therefore we made sure...
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PROFESSOR VYAS HELPS HARRIET GET READY FOR THE WINTER

PROFESSOR VYAS HELPS HARRIET GET READY FOR THE WINTER

After Harriet suffered a life threatening Seizure in April, this year, it became harder to write about her life and the problems she had to face on a daily basis. It seemed easier not to write about Harriet, but after a few months I realized that by not continuing to write the blogs, that Harriet would be forgotten.

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Harriet Suffered a Life Threatening Tonic - Clonic Seizure

Harriet Suffered a Life Threatening Tonic - Clonic Seizure

Sunday afternoon started off relatively quiet, the sun was out and I was in the garden with Harriet and Elizabeth. Harriet was relaxing on her swing listening to bird sounds on the phone and seemed to be enjoying being out under the tree .

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Harriets appointment with the Paediatric Neurosurgeon

Harriets appointment with the Paediatric Neurosurgeon

It had only been a few weeks since Harriet was seen by the Neurologist Dr. William Whitehouse at the Queens Medical Center in Nottingham - when we received an appointment from the Neurosurgeon, at the same hospital.

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HARRIETS 2015 NEUROLOGICAL REVIEW CAUSES CONCERN

HARRIETS 2015 NEUROLOGICAL REVIEW CAUSES CONCERN

Harriet had been doing well over the last couple of months, she had managed to go to Ivy House School and seemed to of had a good Christmas.

January 2015 started off well and we thought that Harriet may stay out of hospital and be well throughout the mild winter months, but this was not the case.

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