Amelia’s medical history from the year 2020 onward. For medical history from birth to 2019. Please click here.
Did the Westminster mile run
Hiking the mount Kinabalu
Say hi to the 26 years old tortoise
27 Jan 2020 (Monday)
Chelsea and Westminster hospital – Dermatology @10am
Blood sample taken for testing to find out the cause of the ezczma concurrently change of skincare products to use the following
- Cetraben cream
- Cetraben ointment
- Cetirizine 10mg
- Alimemazine 10mg
- Mometasone (elocon) ointment
- Dermal 500
further reading : atopicskindisease.com and natinal eczema society
Result will be sent to us by post.
Use this link to check your medications side effects published by Electronic Medicines Compensium (EMC).
11 Feb 2020 (Tuesday)
Eastman Dental Hospital – Orthodontics – 2nd follow up visit @10am. Jaw line improved by 4mm. Another 5mm to go. Next appointment is in 10 weesk time.
24 Feb 2020 (Monday)
GOSH re: scar 10.30am – 12pm. Arrived the hospital at 9 am. Had a breakfast at the caferia and get Amelia to feel relax. The session finished just after 12 noon. A report will be sent out to us and we have to call GOSH for further session in a few weeks.
Local GP – at 2 pm, head to the GP to ask for the blood test result done by another hospital about a month ago. I received the message from the GP to pick up prescription for Amelia related to the blood test result while we were at GOSH. I did not understand what was said in the message to me. Received the report from the hospital to the GP and I still did not understand. The GP staff suggested to make an appointment to speak to the GP and he will explain it better. Bottom line is Amelia will be on a 6 weeks prescription medication and continue thereafter. Prescription already sent to my local pharmacy and will be ready tomorrow or wednesday.
25 Feb 2020 (Tuesday)
Local pharmacy: Went to pick up Amelia’s prescription, was told they have to order it because no GP prescribed this before and also it is a new product. To come back tomorrow.
26 Feb 2020 (Wednesday)
Local Pharmacy : Collect Amelia’s prescription – invitaD3 25,000IU Oral solution (COLECALCIFEROL)
3 doses, once every two weeks for 6 weeks then review with the GP. Must finsih one ampoule each time.
Thereafter, continue maintenance with over the counter prescriptions. I asked which types of over countrer prescription thereafter, the pharmacist said just any type will do. Any questions asked the GP.
Read the patient leaflet on the packet and the same info is published on EMC website. Possible side effects may include:
Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people)
• Too much calcium in your blood (hypercalcaemia)
• Too much calcium in your urine (hypercalciuria)
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 10,000 people)
• Skin rash
Reporting of side effects: If you get any side effects talk to your doctor or pharmacist. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet. You can also report side effect directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects, you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.
28 Feb 2020 (Friday)
Local GP – at 4 pm. Thank God for once we can make an appointment after school so Amelia does not have to leave school early.
GP explained Amelia is deficient in Vitamin D3 and this prescription is separate from her Eczema treatment. If the prescription affect her skin, go back to see the GP. After complete the 6 weeks Vitamin Course, continue maintenance with low dosage of Vitamin D.
10 Mar 2020 (Tuesday)
GOSH called @ 10.55am to discuss the possibility Amelia to attend a workshop organised by 3 heart hospitals in London in September 2020. Parent to attend as well. It would be good for Amelia.
The nurse also discussed the last session report already been sent out. Also to get back to GOSH about next session. To email the nurse to arrange a time for a phone call for Amelia and further session about her scar.
13 Mar 2020 (Friday)
Local GP – at 3.50pm. The medical staff said there was no repeat prescription on file. Amelia’s Epipen for the school has expired and also she requires Apaderm cream. the centraben cream only works when her skin is good.
17 Mar 2020 (Tuesday)
Amelia started to cough and having temperature and she felt very tired and slept a lot. She took paracetamol every 4 hours at home. By 20 March 2020, her mucus started to turn yellow-ish.
Called the GP surgery was asked to call the NHS 111. The NHS 111 waiting time was too long (> 2 hours) due to COVID19. Called the GP again, then they arranged a doctor to call back.
I just wanted to know at what point Amelia shall seek medical help given she still has a leaking valve.
A doctor called back and diagnosed Amelia over the telephone and issued 7 days antibiotic for her chest infection. The doctor delivered the antibiotic medication for 5.5 days because the pharmacy did not have enough stock on 20 March and the rest on the following Wednesday.
Her cough, fever, lost of the sense of smell and taste and feeling weak lasted for about 2 weeks.
20 Mar 2020 (Friday)
10.50am @ C24, non school day and the school has arranged one to one appointment to discuss Amelia’s academic progress. (CANCELLED due to COVID19)
03 April 2020 (Thursday)
Amelia had a nose bleed while sleeping about 11 pm. The cause is unknown.
06 April 2020 (Monday)
Amelia had a another nose bleed while in the shower at about 6.30 pm and she has temperature since this morning.
21 Apr 2020 (Tuesday)
Eastman Dental Hospital – Orthodontics – 3rd follow up visit @ 11.45am (CANCELLED until further notice, letter dated 25.03.2020 received 31.03.2020)
30 Apr 2020 (Thursday)
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital – Dermatology appointment @10.30am via telephone.
11 May 2020 (Monday)
Amelia has skin rash and diarrhoea.
Received a new prescription from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Dermatology by post but was unable to get the prescription because the prescription slip was not stamped by the hospital. So request the GP to re-issue and picked up the prescription from a local pharmacy.
Elocon 0.1% w/w Cream (Mometasone furoate) 4 weeks treatment and must stop after 4 weeks.
- once a day for 2 weeks, then on alternate days for 1 week, then twice weekly for 1 week as directed. Home treatment started on 11 May 2020.
The dermatologist will review the treatment at a later date.
13 Aug 2020 (Thursday)
GOSH Routine heart check up at 2.10pm. Monitor her leaking valve condition.
14 Sep 2020 (Monday)
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Paediatric Dermatology @ 11.am.
- Iron with vitamins and minerals 15mg
- Vitamin D3 25ug (1000 I.U)
- Hydrocortisone cream 1%
- Betnovate cream (1g of cream contain 1mg of betamethasone)
- Epiderm cream
- Elocon 0.1% w/w Cream (Mometasone furoate) 4 weeks treatment then must stop. Started 11 May 2020.