No clinics are open on Sunday and urgent care clinic had no advice to offer other than what I have already concluded myself. Yes it's my child and yes I'm a general Med-surg nurse...not a nicu nurse or pediatric. My son was discharged Wednesday from nicu and I wasn't given much advice on what to look for with seizures. His neurologist said seizures were hard to identify in infants. In fact he himself didn't think my son was seizing, but an eeg revealed he was. Every move he makes makes me anxious. I did ask them how they gave him the medicine and they acted like he hadn't had a problem with it in a bottle with a small amount of milk, but when I tried that he lost a lot out of the corner of his mouth...plus what if he doesn't finish it? Then his pediatrician said give it in the side of his cheek, so I did and he swallowed it, but with much difficulty and then spit up within a few minutes. I just don't know what to do. It seems like I can't get any good advice from anyone, so that's why I thought I'd try asking some nurses who deal with this all the time. Like I said, tomorrow I'll get the pediatrician to see about switching it to a different form if possible, but other than that I don't know what else I can do.