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Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Yesterday's visit to Dr Rogers (PCP) office. This was necessary because he had a very bad kidney infection that has gone into the blood. Labs was done.

Arrived today at Dr Whelan (Urologist) office just before 10:00am. Stents that were placed from his kidney to stoma on day of surgery (Aug 21) was removed today. He is having a hard time healing.

Dr Whelan will see him again next month and one week before this visit hubby has to go for Ultra Sound.
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    Thanks for keeping us posted on your hubby's condition. Sending my prayers to you and hubby.
    113 days ago
  • _CYNDY55_
    emoticon emoticon emoticon and emoticon Prayers, for You and your dear husband.
    115 days ago
  • JUDITH316
    So sorry your husband is having a rough go of it. My prayers are with your husband and trusting the ultrasound will come back as a good report..

    Praying for God's continued Healing, Strength and Grace for your husband..

    And I'm also praying for you Daisy... emoticon emoticon emoticon

    115 days ago
    Sorry hubby is still having health problems hope the next visit goes better
    prayers a s always emoticon
    115 days ago
    I keep praying for you and him to get threw this.

    you are so amazing and dedicated
    116 days ago

    Thankful for all the medical advances that have been made in the last 20 years...
    and hopeful for all the advances the future will bring.

    Keeping you and yours in my prayers...

    There was a wedding and the possibility of a honeymoon visit...
    has the wedding happened or is it still in the future?
    or should I have forgotten completely..

    116 days ago
    You are both still in my prayers. This is such a difficult time for you as the caretaker too.

    116 days ago
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