Mom is doing good!

Moms procedure went well!

It’s all over now! She’s on her way home as I type this.

The doctor took some biopsies, but he never said why he took them.

He said he’ll see her on the 3rd of march, to give her the results.

I’m not overly panicked, as they take biopsies each time she has a bronchoscopy.

She was under general anesthesia, and so now she is exhausted.

She’s going to have some tea and toast when she gets home, and then go for a lie down for the afternoon.

I’m so glad all went well for her.

The doctor said if she bleeds or coughs up a lot of blood, she is to go to the hospital, but if it’s just streaks of blood its fine, as that is normal after this type of procedure.

Thanks for all of your prayers for her. They all worked.

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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