She drank so little milk today (merely a mouthful), and is fed solely from the tube. I was relieved yesterday that she did not vomit, unfortunately, while I was waiting to meet the surgeon today, my husband texted me that she just vomited profusely. Though frantic to see her, I have to meet the surgeon first. He explained about the surgery and risks involved etc, and told me that I should start exercising. I thought to myself: absolutely, I will do more walking and taking the stairs, I can do it.
After meeting the surgeon, I was desperate to see my child. Just when I was back in the ward, doctors were doing tapping, removing excess fluid from her belly, by inserting needle in her belly button. While doctors were doing this, she did not cry at all. She must be really weak after vomiting. The excess fluid is yellow in color (as Adra's father already shared with us some info, we expected it). She's so weak that after the tapping, she fell asleep.
However, amid her sleep, she vomited again. The doctor said that we should try stop feeding her milk, and have further observation. She vomited a total of 4 times, and nurses changed the bed sheet, pillow and her clothes.
Next Monday will be my turn for the assessment, hope everything turns out well. And hope that after tapping, she will feel much better.