The doctor saw my mom

The doctor saw my mom yesterday. She said mom has a fungal infection in her lung, that is what they are currently treating her for. She’s on two intravenous antibiotics for it. They also took some samples when they did the bronchoscopy, and they sent them to the lab. She’ll have to wait a couple of days for the results to come back from the lab. She’s doing ok, she said she’s feeling good. She’s just tired of being in hospital, and I don’t blame her, if I was in there as much as she’s been, I’d be tired too. At least she’s allowed visitors. I’ll be going to visit her tomorrow afternoon with my sister. Her sister visited her today. The only thing is, she’s barely getting any sleep. She said she’s very tired. She did sleep for an hour and a half this afternoon though. She badly needed the rest. Overall though she’s doing well, please keep the prayers coming for her. I just hope nothing sinister shows up on the samples that were sent to the lab. They did think she has tubercolosis, but she doesnt, thank god. At least the sworry over her now isnt so great. I’m very relieved.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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