Yeah! No negative reaction 6 hours after I took the second dose. I will be staying here tonight to take the next two doses. We feel safer that way. I took my third dose at 11 PM. Thanks so much for praying, friends. It was a very scary experience for me since stopping breathing last time was still fresh in my mind.
I’m glad they identified the type of bacteria. I guess E. coli infections are common after liver transplants. I’m glad they should be able to treat it. In fact it looks like I’ll be going home on Sunday. That will be sweet because I miss my puppy.
Lord, forgive me for my fear and lack of trust.
7/15 update 7 am
Four doses in. No problems. Heading home today w/ three more Meds. PTL! Thanks for praying. It was scary.
I knew ud be all right!! Its sad that our past expereinces do make us more fearful. I had a super rotten bfriend and Ive been afraid to believe in anyone again. So, I know its a lot less than breathing, but I get ur fear.
Maybe take this time to look at other common things that could happen so ur fear will be reduced if it does.
I truly believe u will be fine. Ur too appreciative of all u have in life ….and thats somethng more could learn from.
I saw this before I went to bed last night, and thanked God our Father for the WONDERFUL news. The cross you are carrying is a very tough one — If you have fear or even a small lack of trust, remember Scott you are human and also that you are so loved by HIM. Keep up the good work. May God continue to bless you and your family!!
Oh, Scott, I am so glad that you did not have to go through that experience of coding again! I prayed for you–as I am accustomed to doing all through this liver transplant journey of yours–and so did Ken. We love you, Scott. May this be the last hospital visit for a long while! Linda Jones
Fear? Perhaps. Lack of trust? I don’t think so. God knows we’re human and that we have fears at times that are difficult to deal with but that does NOT always indicate a lack of trust! We know that bad things can happen to any of us and that can be scary – we are Christians but we still are trapped in this human body full of imperfections. Take heart, God knows your TRUE heart, Scott~
I am glad to hear the great news Scott. Hang in there and look forward to returning home tomorrow! 🙂