Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Transplant #2

Yesterday afternoon Becki received her 2nd transplant. She is already feeling really sick and lousy. Kim has been keeping her filled with pain meds and nausea medicine which has helped up until this p0int, but last night she began running a fever. It wasn't too high, but we don't want to take any chances. Kim called up to the hospital and they said to watch it closely, but that a fever is common on the day you receive a transplant. Her body is extremely achey and she is trying to sleep as much as possible. The mouth sores have already started to form, so at this point we are just hoping that the next couple of weeks will just fly by. She should be back to having absolutely no immune system by tonight, maybe tomorrow and we expect her to probably be hospitalized by the weekend. The first 10-14 days is by far the worst, so please, please, continue to pray for her and our family. We are anxiously awaiting the summer and fall when she should be feeling better and we can move forward.


Mary said...

I hope all goes as well as possible - please let us know if there is anything we can do to help out. Our love and prayers are with Becki and your family

Frieda said...

I really do hope the next 10 days fly by! We do hope and pray that Becki will be as comfortable as possible. Let us know if there is anything else we can do!

Jennifer and Jason Young said...

I love you Becki! I am so sorry you have to go through such yucky procedures. We will pray for its success and your body's ability to heal quickly.