Dear Dr Nasri of Klinik Famili TTDI,
I went to your clinic at 4am on Saturday morning with my Husband and son,Husayn. In case you did not remember let me refresh your memory. Anyway what started as an ordinary night for me has turned into a mother's (nearly) worst nightmare. The night before, Husayn was sleeping soundly as soon as we got back from the babysitter which is around 8pm. But around 1am he suddenly woke up and started playing. Since we were lepaking in front of the tv, I let him play with his toys while I kept dozing off and on again on the tilam.
Around 3 in the morning Husayn kept merengek and I finally decided to move to our bedroom upstairs. Husband has not yet reached home, but due to the extreme sleepiness I decided to move upstairs. I hold Husayn in my arms and put him on the bed as soon as we reached our room. That was when I left him on the bed while I made a move to switch on the fan. But what did I know, as I turned back my head I saw Husayn in slow motion falling to the floor! I rushed to his side and what I saw made me nearly cried in panic. Blood was gushing out of his nose and lips and he of course was crying loudly. He fell off the bed face first and I was dead worried of any effects that may resulted from the fall.
Husayn's loud cry woke my mother up and she helped me to stop the blood from keep coming out. I was really worried but since Husayn has stopped crying it helped to ease me up a little. I called Husband and asked him to take Husayn to the clinic since I read and heard a lot of horror stories regarding child's fall.
So, we rushed to your clinic even though it is in the wee hours of the morning. We have to ring the bell to enter the clinic, but it's okay I understand it is for safety purpose especially during this perompak-happily-bearing-parang times. Anyway as we waited for our turn, I heard you, Dr snoring inside your room. It was quite loud, but I tried to calm myself and said "that you were probably tired".
As soon as we went into your room, what I saw disappointed me. Well, okay maybe my expectations are too high since I have been watching too much Grey's Anatomy. But you kept menguap every 2 or 3 minutes and your red blood shot eyes are not the assurance that I was looking for especially having a bloodied nose child in my arms. I mean is it too much to request that you at least wash your face before meeting us and look a little bit fresh although it is nearly 4 in the morning.
Then I kept asking you with my worried voice and your answer is so lazylike with eyes that are nearly closed, I felt as if I am talking to my brother beside his bed. Anyway, alhamdulillah Husayn is fine now and his nose is perfectly fine and not broken or anything, and for that I feel thankful to Allah.
The mother of Husayn