Things are progressing here, we have nothing to complain about! Hana’s blood pressure has been high, something we are definitely not used to. They started her on a drug to help bring the blood pressure down. It is a very small dose and she may not need to be on it forever. Other than a leaky IV (I think it’s fixed) Hana has been cranky but otherwise doing very, very well.
Balancing meds will continue. We have to learn all over again! Two meds must be handled with gloves and two will need to be crushed every day. The rest are pretty straightforward, well they are if you are used to a lot of meds, which we are.
We continued our transplant education today, it’s a lot of information. Paul and I both got to hold Hana, it was great! Hana may move out onto the floor tomorrow, if they have a room available. After a week or so out on the floor, then we get to move to the Ronald McDonald House for three months. After that, we get to go home! One day at a time though. I am so grateful for today!!!
Okay that’s all I have now, I’m falling asleep writing this!