When we arrived at the sick kids hospital in Edinburgh they listened to my concerns and took her through to be examined straight away and they were obviously very concerned too as they ran various tests including blood tests that came back very quickly and these showed all Paisley's levels were very low and the Dr told me Paisley was very ill and she would be kept on for a couple of days for more tests.
They decided that Paisley would require a scan of abdomen and a brain scan all if this was carried out in A&E as she was too unwell to be moved. The Drs then decided to move Paisley to the HDU, she was kept in overnight and monitored when I returned first thing the morning the Dr came and told me that her blood culture had revealed she had sepsis and would require further tests including lumbar puncture to determine if she had meningitis, she had already began a course of anti-biotics and they wanted to make sure they were treating her correctly.
Paisley spent the next 10 days in hospital where she continued to receive anti biotics and further tests revealed she had meningococcal meningitis. Paisley has made a full recovery and will celebrate her 2nd birthday on 19th Oct.