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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Please pray for Kycie!

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www.kissesforkycie.com ‪#‎Repost‬ @jjterry77 ・・・Guess who is breathing on her own. They tried a spontaneous breathing trial. This is where they turn the breathing machine off and she what happens. It's all Kycie! The machine still gives her "positive pressure". It is hard to breath through a small tube, so when she sucks in the machine will help push the air. They will leave the machine off until the extubate later today. Also, her eyes have been open more this morning. Last blood sugar was 238, our last orders were to correct for anything higher than 150. ‪#‎smallandsimple‬ ‪#‎kissesforkycie‬

Copied from her youcaring page:

"Please join us in supporting the Terry Family!

On January 25th, sweet Kycie started complaining of a headache. On Monday she said her tummy hurt and a little later she threw up. Her mom and dad figured she was coming down with the flu. She slept all day Monday. She was giving her sprite and water to help her tummy. She did not want any food. Tuesday there was no change, and her brothers started to complain of stomach aches and sore throats. Jamie took Daxton and Kycie to the doctor on Wednesday. They were given antibiotics for strep throat. By Thursday night, she was worse. On friday they went to the doctor and went to the ER at 1:00pm. By 5:00pm she was life flighted to Primary Children's Hospital with blood sugar of 1148. Her parents had no idea that sweet little Kycie had diabetes! 

Enroute to the hospital she had a seizure and another one right when they got to the hospital. She has been unresponsive ever since. At this point her blood sugars are under control. After reviewing her MRI the doctors said that she has extensive damage to the brain. The brain had herniated into the brain stem.They said if she survives to prepare themselves for her to be severely handicapped. They will do another MRI on Tuesday and at that point with decide if they should consider taking her off the breathing machines.

The family is hoping for a miracle and knows that this little girl's life is in God's hands right now. You can show your support to the Terry family by keeping them in your prayers and donating to help with any financial expenses that they have. Let's join together to support this wonderful family! We love you Kycie! #kissesforkycie"

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