She’s Coming home!

Mom is hopefully coming home from the hospital on Thursday.

Fingers crossed she will!

The doctors are happy with her, but they just want her to finish out her antibiotics before they let her go.

She’ll have a final chest x-ray on Wednesday, to make sure everything is ok.

If it is, they’ll allow her to go home on Thursday.

She is going to be put on long term antibiotics, which have an anti-inflamitory in them also.

She’ll have to take them 3 times a week for the rest of her life.

She’s also been given stronger inhalers. They are better than what she was on.

I’m so relieved that she’ll be able to go home. I have been very stressed over the last couple of weeks. It hasn’t been an easy time, that’s for sure.

I’ve worried about her an awful lot!

Hopefully she’ll stay well for a while now. And hopefully she’ll be able to enjoy Christmas.

I told her that she just needs to take things easy when she goes home. I made her promise not to do too much, she doesn’t need the stress.

She agreed with me!

I want to thank you all for all of the prayers, positive vibes, healing thoughts and good wishes for my mom. You’ve all been a godsend to me, I am very lucky to have such a wonderful and amazing group of friends.

Don’t know where I’d be without all of you!

Thanks for everything!

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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