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Friday, April 18, 2014

What a relief! On Thursday, the transplant team pulled out the foley catheter. Rose, the nurse commented:
"You'll probably wish you still had this in when you start running to the bathroom every 1/2 hour!"

NOOOOOO I WON'T AND THAT'S A FACT. I've been smiling, smiling ever since!!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Then later that day around 3:30 Dr. Conti, the surgeon, pulled out the j.p. drain that was hanging out my side....thlurp and it was out! "I love you!" was my immediate reaction.

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Life is good!
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    roger that emoticon
    562 days ago
    Oh, the pain! So happy you're done with it ! Blessings and emoticon
    1465 days ago
  • BLUESKY104
    emoticon Sis emoticon how utterly emoticon this whole thing is!!! Love you - looking forward to live chatting with you when you are up to it emoticon
    1465 days ago
    That is fabulous! You are a rock star. Keep on making such good progress.

    Happy Easter to you and many blessings!

    1465 days ago
  • RDEE22
    Lovely to hear of your progress. Now for the next stage of your life. emoticon
    1465 days ago
    so happy you are making great progress hugs
    1466 days ago
    Always loved it when I've had a catheter removed. Refused it once because i still had to many iv's going in and knew it would be a mess. Told them, when you pull the iv's you can pull the catheter. Was only 2 or 3 more days and was done with everything.
    1466 days ago
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