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Old 08-09-2011, 02:03 PM
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I talked to the nurse last week and she told me to put Vaseline on it and to keep an eye on it. We have an appointment on Thursday, so she was hoping to make it until then. She told me if it got worse or started bleeding to call and they would get him in sooner. Luckily, it looks like we will make it to Thursday. It actually looks like his H has gottten bigger, even with the 40cc of steroids they injected last week. We were told if that didn't work we would switch treatments.

I was wondering, do doctors always hospitalize when starting propalonol?? I'm trying to figure out what to expect.
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