Friday, October 24, 2008

Further medical update and other stuff

Well, it took 4 hours but we got a call. It was the nurse-practitioner and she was very good with DH on the phone. She listened, REALLY listened, went over everything that was worrying him, explained that his symptoms were unpleasant but normal, and was appalled that he was discharged in the condition he was in yesterday.

He's still in pain but at least not worrying if something is wrong that shouldn't be.

It's gonna be a LONG night!

Tomorrow is my friend Cindy's Close To My Heart Open House. For anyone in the Philly/Delco/lower Montco areas, check it out!

6 comments:

Suzanne said...

Sorry to hear your DH isn't feeling so good after his "procedure". I hope he is feeling much better soon so you can get some much deserved and needed rest!

Etha said...

that's good news though, see, its always good to talk to a nurse, they have a lot more patience and understanding it seems. He will feel a LOT better if he doesn't worry!!
BIG HUGS

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

I'm so sorry Teresa!!!! It is so frustrating to constantly have to fight for the medical care that we so dearly pay for anyway!! Big Hugs and hopes for a much better night for you!!

Joan Fricker said...

Teresa, I hope today finds your DH much better. My hubby had the same surgery this spring and he healed fast.

I used to sell a Don Quixote staute when I was in the party plan business. He sold well and I told a wonderful story about him, although for the life of me I could not tell it to you today.

Thanks for leaving all the comments on my blog. I truly appeciate and enjoy them!

Joan

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Shirley said...

I have to tell you that my SIL is a really good doctor and has (don't pass out) made house calls at times. However, your husband is better off at home than in the hoopsital because of the high numbers of patients contracting Stap Resistant Staph infections or SARS I think it is called.