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It is unquestionably a cause for despair when a YouTube cat video has more views than a carefully crafted production piece. Many of us on the techie side of the industry rage at celebrity bloggers who are self-appointed self-vetted experts with large followings and dubious accuracy. Components of my own business are dropping. Yet with all of this, I consider myself a hopeful individual.




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Krystal 11:18not at all? No, not at all even. Okay, so then when he was around two, three months old, he started having seizures. And I couldn't figure out why. They weren't normal seizures like you see in a TV, his arm would start shaking while he was nursing. And then his other arm arm would start shaking and then his whole body would be like convulsing, but just lightly, you know what I mean? So at first I figured maybe it was just like weird. Babies spasms, you know how babies don't have control of their muscles. And I was like, that's a little weird, but it's okay. So I didn't really do anything about it for a couple of weeks, until I was nursing him one day, and he had like a full on convulsion. And so I recorded it. Because his his seizures were so few and far in between. There was never any consistency. And so I recorded that like really bad convulsion because his whole body was trembling, and he was shaking while he was nursing. And so when I brought him to the hospital, they put on a hemorrhage, the ECG or EKG, the one that goes on the head to map to map the brainwaves. So they do watch his brainwaves. His brainwaves were normal. And then so they sent me home and never called me back. And that really makes me angry. Because we have a three month old having a seizure. And because it's brainwave is normal, they didn't offer to check anything else. And so I went home with this child who is seething and yeah, that was pretty much it. I was told that he was okay, there was nothing wrong. And so I kind of lived with him until he was about seven, eight months old. Having these seizures every now and then. And he was a really, like, he would cry a lot as a baby, which I kind of just chalked up to being colicky. You know, that's like a normal thing. But in hindsight, I realized that he was uncomfortable because he was literally starving to death because the sugars were too high. Because he would nurse all the time, all day, all day, all day, like all day, long all night. And when he started eating food, he would eat, eat, eat and chug water like I've never seen, right. And so I realized now in hindsight, that it was because he was a diabetic, you know what I mean? How old were


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