Well we went back to the hospital to see the doctor yesterday (Wednesday) and we threw loads of questions at her, which she happily answered. The one answer which we wasn't expecting was which type of epilepsy Josh as, we was hoping it was the same as what my daughter suffered from, which was childhood epilepsy and she outgrew it. The one Josh as is grand-mal, which in other words for those who don't know, it means he'll have it all his life and he'll be on medication for all his life too. I can't begin to think about Christmas, I'm just too upset, I'm just thankful that I've got most of the presents already and a wonderful husband who is there giving me loads of love and hugs. And I'm thankful for the wonderful friend who's been there for me too, although she lives 200 miles away, so big hugs and thanks to Nicki (indicards).
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