Sunday, April 20, 2008
John and I are off to the Emergency Room right now. He has a fever of 101, which is not high for the average person, but too high for a post bone marrow transplant patient.
He is going to get his wbc and anc checked first (to see how his immune system is doing), then he will be cultured. The cultures will see if he has a serious bacterial infection, such as "gram negative". That is what he had when he was in the hospital this past Thanksgiving with a 104.5 temperature and almost didn't make it.
So I don't know if he will be hospitalized or sent home. We will see. Could you all pray? Thanks.
Thursday, January 10, 2008
Click on the entry above. It says it all. John is finally doing fantastically. We got some lab results back and found out how spectacular he was doing. Thing about it is, I forgot to mention the most important thing of all. John is in remission from two cancers. In the past ten years he has had Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and also bone marrow cancer (MDS) that was going into AML (leukemia). Now he has neither cancer. Glory be to God, now and forever. Go read the entry if you haven't yet!
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Please read the latest entry in my journal (Sometimes I Think) to find out what is going on with John. I am just home for a few hours and will be back at the local hospital with John early Sunday morning. I am asking you to please keep up prayers for him. Thank you so much. Here is the link to the entry so you know what is going on:
Thank you so much. Krissy
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Hello friends of John & Krissy. This is Penny (Firestormkids04). I posted an entry tonight in my personal journal asking for prayer and wanted to leave the link for you: Prayers Needed <click:: There is also some information about what is happening. Blessings to you all, Penny
I'm a little scared. John has a fever of 102.6. And he has almost no immune system. His ANC is 0.4. That is just about 0. Which means, well, he needs antibiotics before he, uhm, like, dies. So I am only on here to ask you to pray. We are heading to the hospital right now. We're going local, and if the treatment there isn't enough for him, then he'll be transferred to Hershey Medical Center. If it is enough locally, then he will be treated and released to home. We will see what happens.
So please pray. I will come back as soon as I can to update.
Love you all,
It's Tammy. Everyone can now write in this journal. You don't have to send it to me anymore! So please drop in and give her your thoughts and prayers. You may put in graphics or whatever you want. So, let's give them what we did before when John was sick. Ourselves. Thanks friends!