Positive news about mom

Her x-ray was clear. There isn’t any fluid in her lungs, so that is positive. She is still having trouble with breathlessness and congestion, but they’ve put her on antibiotics now, and the mucus is starting to break. It’s a very slow process. She’s comfortable tonight though…I rang the ward and spoke to a lovely nurse, who put my mind at ease. I’m still praying that she doesn’t catch covid. I’d appreciate it if you could all also pray for that. The doctor was in to see her and she basically said she’s having a COPD flareup. She told her that they are going to happen more frequently now, and that she’s probably going to need hospitalization now more often as well. Still though I’m glad her x-ray was clear and there is no fluid in her lungs, she still has pleurisy on top of her COPD though, but she’s on intravenous pain meds to deal with that.

Thank you for all of the prayers and healing thoughts for my mom. I don’t know where I’d be without you all. I emailed Eileen and we had some emails back and forth earlier this evening. She’s a godsend, I’m not able to sleep right now, but I really should try to because I am exhausted, and I haven’t hardly slept since Saturday night.

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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