This will be a post in two parts. Monday morning I was a tourist in Moscow, Monday before lunch I was a patient in the hospital. Such a contrast in one hour. So the first part will be the usual photograph gallery then the second part is where it all gets real. That’s rather how I feel at the moment, reality is becoming very apparent as I sit on my hospital bed, rather than in a cafe or boutique hotel.
And now …
The tests so far
weight and height
ultrasound of lungs, heart, legs, arms
I now feel like a bit of a pincushion, I’m not needle phobic butt really don’t like looking as they stab me !
We have tomorrow off, and sometime ( not sure when) hear from Dr Federenko once he’s reviewed our results. He’ll advise if there are any issues preventing treatment, which is unlikely but possible, and our likely chances of halting progression. That meeting to discuss our individual cases is rather important so I’m hoping for a time as soon as possible.
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Great photos Jen, hang in there and stay focused! Cheers Rob
Thanks, the support helps xx