I'm bored! I miss the outside world. the smell, the sounds... the food and did I say food yet? Hospital food is yuck! They wouldn't let my family bring me food because I'm on a funky diet thing due to me being hypoglycemic... so the day I break out of here IN-N-OUT and Starbucks it is lol...
Very bland stuff. Every meat product is a mystery lol. They allow me jellow. But that's the only sweet I could have other than juices. the allow me a turkey sandwich and that is like the only thing that's good. And breakfast I get what they call pancakes. AMD a sugar free syrup. Everything is sugar free... and no sodium... or low sodium. Hypoglycemic I figured they would be giving me more since I'm low? Oh well. Few more weeks yay
Least they are giving you something... I was on IV fluids , IV magnesium, and IV steroids.. Only thing I got to chew was ice chips.. One cup every 2 hours :( but its for our babies so its all worth it in the end. God luck... You'll be fine
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