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April 22, 2011


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Poor Leah, and poor you! What a stressful thing to happen - especially in a foreign country where you don't necessarily know (or trust) the doctors.
It sounds as though it's all come out as well as it could have, though.
My little boy has a scar in almost exactly the same place (not quite as bad a cut as Leah's). And pretty much the same reason, tripped and fell against a cupboard shelf. I
remember the trauma *I* went through getting him to my GP and then to hospital and holding him down with 3 nurses while the pediatric doctor used surgical glue to stick him back together).
But now, 2 years later, the tiny scar is almost invisible, and he has absolutely no memory of the event.
What kids put you through....

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