Inday should be on her way home now as I write this on Thursday evening.
The lab results show that she was suffering from a very severe bacterial infection that caused the pain and then she became dehydrated. I am not a doctor and do not play one on TV, however, there were three people from that immediate very small neighborhood who are sick with the same problem at the same time and one just gotten over it recently. So, with the disclaimer that I am not a doctor, I will say that I suspect that there is a commonality that might be worth exploring.
The good news is that the initial diagnosis of suspected diabetic coma was incorrect. Once rehydration and medication were started for the infection they decided that was not the cause and the bloodwork came back the next day showing that all normal.
While she was in the hospital, other volunteers are helping with the children so that they can continue to be helped.
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