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My daughter Bailey she suffers from daily, chronic and terrible migraines along with occipital neuralgia. This first onset was around 14 years old (she is 23 now) and it led her to be at Phoenix Children's Hospital, PCH - about every 6-8 weeks, for a few days at a time.
At the early onset of the medical issue, she was able to go through the ER at PCH and be treated with what they call "the headache protocol". As time passed that didn't work any longer so then it required her to be admitted to the hospital for a special, intense medication called DHE. This is very harsh on the veins so IV was no longer an option for her so they would have to give her a pick line. The medication is NASTY and made her very (stomach) sick along and made her hallucinate. They gave this to her EVERY 6 hours, increasing her dosage each time. It was not fun at all!
During the times that Bailey felt a little better we used to go to the "Play/Game room on the floor she was on to play video games, board games and do crafts with the volunteers and other kids in the hospital. After Bailey got older and couldn't go to PCH anymore she wanted to do something to give back to PCH, especially the cancer floor and neurology floors playrooms where she spent her time. She wanted to buy some new "stuff" for the playrooms, so Bailey got a job and with her first paycheck ordered pink rubber bracelets that said "STOVER STRONG" on the outside and the inside had the quote "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me". She sold the bracelets to everyone we knew for $5 each. She was able to collect over $1000 through sales and donations and was able to present PCH with a bunch of great toys, crafts, puzzles, and more.
We now have a moto through our extended family and friends- "Stover Strong" for all those going through any difficult times medically, or otherwise. If you or someone you know is struggling, stay STOVER STRONG!