It’s a celebration!!! Today marks 10 mos since Dylan has been hospital free! We celebrate every month bc we are sooooo grateful! We are not about that hospital life.

Someone asked recently. How is it that Dylan hasn’t had pain in almost 3yrs (Jan 2019 makes 3yrs) but has been in the hospital during that time. Why is he going to the hospital?

Sickle Cell patients are prone to picking up bacterial infections and viruses easily. Their immune system can be compromised by a poorly functioning spleen which many times must be removed very early on. Protocol is that if a SC patient has a fever of 100.4 they must go to the hospital. Usually they have to stay for at least 48hrs to see if the bacteria grows in the culture they take upon arrival. Fever must be gone for at least 24hrs.

Dylan’s last hospital stay we were there for 36hrs for a fever. He was doing so well they let us go early. We are so grateful that our natural regimen is working.

Dylan (at 8mos) below with his great aunt Demetria. Today is her birthday. 🎉🎉

Published by Geneva Marie

Geneva is a mom of 3 boys, a college freshman, a 4 and a 5yr old. After her middle son was diagnosed with Sickle Cell anemia she became obsessed with finding natural ways to keep him healthy. Geneva is a Holistic Health and Wellness speaker and Sickle Cell Advocate. She hopes to share more knowledge around the disease to Educators and the community at large. Geneva is also a 2011 NYC marathon finisher and enjoys traveling to destinations with amazing beaches.

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  1. Wow! Congrats to your child 🙂 now he can stay and play to your home 🙂 I’m so happy to know that! I;’m so happy for you and Dylan also.

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