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Sunday, October 30, 2011

So now they have decided to take my sister to OR tomorrow and put a trachea in because she cant have the tube down her throat for any longer or she will not ever speak. He the MD says she is improving but just very slow. It is 2 weeks now. They had to change the meds cause the infection is different than what they thought now. It is easy for the family or her. Wish I knew she was going to be ok with all of this, I did find out she was the one who OK'd the procedure in the beginning. It has caused me to do a lot of thinking too. She is only 5 years older than me.

Only time will tell at this point.
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  • MOMMA_BEAR_69
    Continuing prayers for healing and also for her surgery as well as for you. God and the doctors are taking care of your sister but are you taking care of yourself and getting your rest. Try walking the hallways between visits.
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    3080 days ago
  • DOROTHYBERO
    Hope all is well!
    3081 days ago
  • SPARKINGINMASS
    I hope that everything goes well with the surgery tomorrow. emoticon
    3081 days ago
  • KERRYG155
    Saying a prayer that the surgery goes well and her recovery is rapid!
    3081 days ago
  • DGFOWLER
    So sorry to hear all of this about your big sister but I'm so pleased you have been able to spend time with her. Can I ask what the problem was? I see you have talked previously about a lung not working and then that she okay the procedure. Was she having some type of scheduled surgery or was this out of the blue?

    Walking can be so good for you even though you can't probably get much other exercise done. Take some short breaks and get up and walk around the parking lot or something..

    My prayers are with all of you. What is your sis's name? ~ Donna
    3081 days ago
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