Whitney Day after surgery

Friday, February 17, 2012

I am so glad this operation is behind us.  Thanks to each and everyone of you for your thoughts and many, many prayers. 
The pain is very difficult. We were warned but until you are living it you just have no idea.  They are trying to manage with various drugs and it is working.  Matt her night nurse explained that the pain does not go away, we are just trying to manage it.  Matt was her gaurdian angel last night. Many thanks to this caring young man.
The doctors are very please with her progress.  Everything is looking good at this point and we are very greatful.
She sat up in bed and even made it to a chair today.   Baby steps!
I have been home catching up on sleep and her dad did the day shift.  I am heading back now to spend the night with my baby.
Many thanks to God for giving us these talented men and women in our lives.  They save and comfort those in need.  God Bless!

1 comment:

  1. We are praying tonight for Whitney. For manageable pain, a quick recovery, and lots of cooperation from her transplanted Islet Cells!

    In an earlier post she said she hoped her sharing and blog would help other people. I have two daughters with hereditary pancreatitis and our youngest has suffered greatly with pain since Thanksgiving. We are investigating options now that she is only comfortable with pain meds and the pain is daily.

    Whitney is an incredible young lady with tremendous courage. God is by her side.

    Thank you Whitney for the gift of hope.

    god bless you all......


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