At the clinic they thought that Caroline might have malaria so they did a malaria test which was negative but because of her condition they referred her to Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital. Caroline was just crying that her head and stomach hurt and she still had a very high temperature.
My husband took Caroline to the hospital by public transport since he had been told that the ambulance had just left and it would take a very long time for it to come back.
When my husband got to the hospital with Caroline they were seen quickly and helped because she had started convulsing. They took her into the emergency room where she was given an anticonvulsant and they did another malaria test which came back negative again. They did a lumbar puncture and she was then taken to the ward where she was put on oxygen.
My husband then called me to be with Caroline at the hospital and he went home to look after our other children. I have five other children, my first born daughter is 23, second born son is 21 years, third born daughter is 17 years, fourth born daughter is 14 years and the other boy is 10 years old; Caroline is the youngest.