Back to somewhere which seems familiar

August 12th, 2006

Recently I’ve been questioning the need to drink milk. Since monday I’ve had some strange feeling in my mouth and throat, and it hurts after drinking milk. The last two days it hurt even more, and I calmly suggested to mum and dad that I didn’t really need any milk.

So this morning mum and dad took me somewhere which seems familiar. There were doctors and nurses, although I didn’t recognise any of them. I met a nice doctor who poked me and prodded me, and asked me why I wasn’t so keen on my milk. He thinks I’ve got a thrush infection in my mouth, and this has been upsetting me. He’s prescribed me a drug called nystatin.

After our little chat, some other doctors took some blood from the back of my hand, which I didn’t appreciate. I told the doctors what I thought of them. I think they got the message.

This afternoon I was on my best behaviour. My mouth felt a bit better, and I drank lots of milk. Mum and dad have asked me to be brave tonight, when I’m on my own. I’ll see them again very soon, early tomorrow morning. They said I won’t have to stay here very long. I hope the fat boy in the next bed doesn’t snore.

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