Dropping the clip board when Dib doubled over in his spot suddenly, Zim dashed over to help steady him before climbing up onto the bed to get near to him, putting a hand to his back gently while looking at him scared, not sure exactly what to do in that moment. “D-Dib-human?” he said again, running a hand up and down his lower back in an attempt to soothe him.
Squeezing his eyes tightly shut and gasping for air as the room suddenly felt far too hot for him, Dib shook in Zim's arms. As if coming to the hospital hadn't been bad enough. He didn't want to be transferred even farther away from home than he already was.
Returning to the room with the food she’d been asked to get for them, the nurse looked over at them startled before putting everything on the side table and going over to grab the oxygen mask quickly, putting it onto him to aid his breathing again. “What happened? Why didn’t you call me back?” She looked at Dib worriedly, checking his tempe