I am heading into the hospital on Tuesday the 31st to get my peritoneal catheter placed. I’ve been on hemo dialysis for nearly a decade… And I am so nervous about the change. It takes about a month for the catheter to be useable. I will update with more information soon. Eek. I’m scared. I’m excited. I’m feeling a little sorry for myself. It’s a jumbled- up – fun-time at Genna Rose’s tonight.
“Don’t allow your wounds to turn you into a person you are not.” -Paulo Coelho
(Listen to him. He’s a smart dude.)
Good night friends. Choose JOY tomorrow! (Even if it is MONDAY!) ❤
Be careful out there, my fellow dialysis warriors. Fluid is EVERYWHERE! Of course, I say this as I sip on some good-ol’ unsweet tea. Take care of yourselves, babies! Choose joy!
Every year, in India alone, 250,000 people need a kidney transplant, 80,000 a liver transplant, 50,000 a heart transplant, and 100,000 a cornea transplant. These statistics keep growing as a result of the increasing number of organ failures that are rampant in the human life cycle. Please note these are only estimates, based on known […]