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Sickbay- Songz's Physical

Posted Oct. 13, 2021, 10:42 a.m. by Civilian Sair Songz (Counselor) (Lindsay Bayes)

Posted by Civilian Sair Songz (Counselor) in Sickbay- Songz’s Physical

Posted by Lieutenant Jasmine Wynter (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay- Songz’s Physical

Posted by Civilian Sair Songz (Counselor) in Sickbay- Songz’s Physical

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Sair shook her head. “Not so much. It was a bit rough in the post-partum period, just with my fluctuating hormones and how it affects the uptake of dueridium in my cells. But six months ago I noticed that it had drastically stabilized and it’s been good since!” She grinned. “I don’t like bragging about my Super-Celler status back around my people, but between you and me, I’m super grateful because it means I don’t have to worry about this nonsense as often. And so yes, I’m not partial to who administers my doses. I’m due in about a Standard week, so we can make a plan to have an intro session then. In the meantime, I will just ask that access to my supply is limited. the less risk of accidental tampering, the better.”

The scans of Sair showed she was healthy and her cell structures (with the help of the dueridium in her system) were stable. There were some signs of fatigue, but given the travelling, it wasn’t abnormal.

~Sair Songz, CNS

“Well you are fit as a fiddle despite some residual fatigue but that is to be expected. I mean who gets any sleep when you are traveling huh,” Jasmine chatted away writing down random readings on the PaDD. Looking up she bit her lip for a second. “What if we make the code for your supplies your birthday? I mean it’s not like it’s classified but its easy enough for someone to find in the case of an absolute emergency? I will get the medical staff together if you want to do a training for them.” Setting the PaDD down Jasmine leaned against the bed behind her. “So you have a baby,” she said with a smile. “What’s the little Song bird’s name?”

Jasmine Wynter CMO

Her face broke into beaming smile. “Koro. He’s two and very curious.” Sair inhaled, held her breath and let it out audibly. “He’s with my parents right now and they’ll be bringing him soon. But I’ve never been away from him. It’s so hard. I know from talking to others that they have a hard time being away from their children for long durations too, but he’s the child I didn’t think I could have and am still surprised every day that it happened,” she said with a light laugh.

~Sair Songz, CNS

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