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Ugh [May. 14th, 2006|07:29 am]
Ok, I'm in fucking pain. Pain pain pain pain pain...

Did I mention, pain?

I have never felt so much pain in my life!! My ribs hurt, my arms hurt, my chest hurts and I have little feeling in my right foot.

They implanted the stem cells on Monday and I just got out of the hospital yesterday (Sat. Bangkok time).

I now have a rapid and irregular heart beat in which I'm hoping will fix itself once I'm not in so much pain and the stress is all gone.

It has been a really unique experience. Really scarey too. Cause they told me one thing but only a little of it has held true.

I'm up and walking but it just hurts hurts hurts. I fly back to USA this Tuesday (Monday night EST) and I can't wait!!

I still have another 8 days to stay in Houston with my sister but that's alright. After what I've been though it prolly wouldn't have been a good idea to be left at the house by myself anyways. We've been going to dinner and my sister has to carry everything for me because my arms are weak and shoulders sore. She has been FANTASTIC during this trip. I couldn't have asked for a better chaparone. Nor could I image doing this on my own.

I woke up on the ventalator which if you know me you know how much I detest those! You can't breathe, you HAVE to let the machine breathe for you. And they kept moving the damn machine around so it was getting jammed down my throat further and making me gag. It has to be the single worst moment of this whole experiance.

Well, I have sooo much more to say but I'm not in the mood at the moment.

Any questions, feel free to ask ;)

[User Picture]From: kelgirl
2006-05-14 05:05 pm (UTC)
I'm just glad to finally hear from you. :) And glad you're coming home. I kept wondering where you were and finally asked Ash about it and she told me where you were. I was so happy to hear that you were getting your treatments. :)
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