7. Relieved But Exhausted
The constant thought of whether the baby was okay or not drained the couple and they just wanted to go home and get rest.
Although Alhanna was still experiencing sharp pains, she trusted the doctors and went to her comfortable bed to get some much-needed rest.
8. Sharing Updates on Facebook
Alhanna shared the updates on Facebook the next day so that her family and friends would know how everything was going. She shared everything from the symptoms to even how Keola had been acting strangely in the last few weeks.
Many of Alhanna’s friends and relatives were quick to offer their support and some of them even urged her to trust Keola’s instincts and that she should go back to the doctor.
9. Was Keola Trying to Tell Something?
The last few days for Alhanna had been completely exhausting and she didn’t know what to do. She didn’t want to go to the doctor as they had already told her everything was fine.
However, Alhanna’s pain remained and she started to believe that Keola might be right.
10. Alhanna’s Mom Knew Something Wasn’t Right
Although Alhanna was hearing from her friends and family that she should go to the doctor, she was finding it hard to make a decision. It wasn’t until her mother stepped in and urged her to get a second medical opinion.
Her mother was quite certain that Keola’s strange behavior was no coincidence. As Alhanna went to work the next day, she didn’t know something bad was about to happen.
11. Keola Trying To Stop Alhanna From Going to Work
Alhanna woke up the next morning still in pain. However, she decided to go to work. As she tried to head out of the door, Keola tried her best to stop her mom.
Keola jumped up and down and kept on whining. And then, Alhanna collapsed. Ricky heard the commotion and quickly took her to the emergency room.
12. Everything Was Looking for Answers
Alhanna was in the emergency room and her condition started to stabilize. Doctors ran a series of test to determine the cause of her pain and wanted to know if there was anything serious or not.
Everyone was waiting for the results and soon they found that Keola was right: it was not good news.