So apparently, our lab ran the wrong tests on our girls yesterday. They were supposed to be checking for pertussis, but accidentally ran the test for RSV. It came back negative, and now we have to go back into the lab for the tests to be run again. Now, my question is, why weren't my girls offered the test for RSV instead of being incorrectly diagnosed by our doctor who was "99.9% sure". I mean, sure I suppose the treatment is the same, but the test is there for correct diagnosis!
So, the non-RSV diagnosis we have (for now anyways) doesn't make it any easier, and there still is a chance it's asthma, but still - I am quite particular about having my facts right ... I feel a little misled right now. Not that it matters to anyone but me.