Bad Colds, Pills and Tea

Today will be a long day. All, yes Daughter12, Son11 and Son7 are home cup-a.jpgwith rhinitis and pharyngitis, all with temperatures, all on antibiotics now. I will be a nurse today, bring tea, pills, hugs, smiles, blankets,hugs, and more tea. As for me, I’ll be taking my multivitamins and hoping I don’t get sick as well…btw. I went to a different pediatrician yesterday ! She is Dr.Savitri Bhatiapills.jpg and has a clinic on Kotchasarn Road with her husband who is also a doctor. She speaks English really well and isn’t afraid of my questions ! Just so refreshing to be able to ask and not to be put down as the ‘stupid farang who wants to know everything’. Unfortunately the clinic is more expensive than the Doctor at Rajavej hospital I’ve been taking the kids to, so I might only go there when I feel they aren’t getting the care the should be getting elsewhere. We’ll see. Now, I’d better go and make some tea….

(thankyou Ernest von Rosen, for the free pictures)





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5 Responses to Bad Colds, Pills and Tea

  1. mum says:

    Poor you, – I mean, poor kids. 🙂 Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

  2. Sarah says:

    All three! I’m sure they will love all the care and attention. I used to love being ill when I was a kid. I’d get my Mum all to myself for once (there are seven of us) and I’d get to watch TV wrapped up in a blanket on the sofa. Lovely! Not sure my Mum felt the same way about it though.

    Hope they all feel better soon.

  3. connie says:

    So worth the extra money to be able to ask whatever questions you need to ask. Why is it doctors in most countries get their undies in a bundle when they are asked simple questions…..its like they think we are trying to take over their job, when in actual fact we just CARE about our kids!!!

  4. Naveed and Tehmeena Malik says:

    Looking for contact information of Dr.Savitri Bhatia pediatrician in Chiangmai, Thailand. She had a clinic on Kotchasarn Road. I would really appreciate if I could get in contact with her.
    I had remained friends with her before leaving for Pakistan nearly 20 years ago and have been unable to contact her.
    Please help out, I’d love to talk to my friend after ages.
    Tehmeena Malik.

  5. lielie says:

    Hi have her number somewhere Neeveed. I am in the process if moving and will get it for you ASAP 🙂 I went to her and her husband with my kids.

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