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Thank you for your information. I have been blessed with three good days. Saturday and Sunday is a different story as I was in much pain, very weak and was bleeding internally. Better now.
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@davebarnes, . I am happy for you to have had 3 good days! And glad to hear that you are feeling better. I am here anytime that you want to visit or just to chat, or even gripe.
I remember clearly that there are both good days and bad days, and even good moments and bad moments throughout the journey to transplant. And even though our diseases can be different, we all have this roller-coaster experience. Try to take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone.
One of my sweetest memories when I was very ill, was to perch myself on our couch which is in a sunny window. I was always freezing cold, and the warmth of the sun was a blessing that I looked forward to every sunny day. Just like a kitty cat, I enjoyed those naps.
Wishing you good days,
I had to go back in to ER as I was very dizzy and thought I was bleeding internally again. Turns out, while my BM was red, it wasn’t blood. They said it was most likely from the many fruit pop cycles I have.
@davebarnes, You did the right thing by getting checked. That must have been really frightening for you – and a relief when it was diagnosed.
Prior to being sent to Mayo, I was a regular at local ER. It was not long until I was on first name ‘friendship’ with the staff.
Keep on keeping on! And stay in touch.
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