Here's another boring update on my life. For those few readers who don't know me... well you probably don't really care. For the rest of you, who is mostly family, I've been told you like this sort of thing, so here we go!
Here's my story: My job was extended through the month of September. This is very good, cause I like having money. Along with this, for the past two weeks, I have been working every day, instead of every other, because my coworker has a very sick daughter who is in a very special hospital 2 hours away. I'm finding that working every day makes it very hard to clean my house. My days are currently spent working and taking care of my dear husband.
Now about Hod: He was supposed to have surgery last Friday. He didn't. This is because of a Dr who never saw him who said the surgery was optional, and he wanted to leave early, so he canceled it. In the process Meany-pants-heartless-Dr ticked us off, and we ticked him off, so we will never be going to see him again. Tuesday Hod went to a new Dr. We discovered that Hod has a massive infection that is attacking the whole of his digestive system. New-nice-man Dr thinks Hod has had this for 3 years. It is also attacking Hod's prostate. (Sorry if this is TMI, but some people would want to know.) This infection is caused by being put on too many antibiotics, thus killing all good bacteria in your body, and then letting the bad bacteria take over. Ok, so this massive infection is a yeast infection. And it's bad. However, right now Mr. Nice Dr. is very worried about saving Hod's prostate, as he is only 22, and wants to have more kids. So, Hod is on a SUPER strong antibiotic. Mr. Nice Dr is aware that this will make all of the infection symptoms worse. But it is kind of a last resort to saving Hod's prostate. Hod is taking his medication, and is in a lot of pain. He has a fever that is bouncing up and down, and his kidneys are starting to bother him. Hod has been put on Dr. ordered bed rest. Our job is to watch his fever, and pain level. If either becomes extreme, he is going to be admitted to the hospital, and possibly go in for emergency surgery. If none of that happens, then we will see if the antibiotic can save his prostate. If it doesn't, then he'll be having a procedure anyway, (though we aren't yet sure of what one) and we may get to consider the adoption option much sooner than we had planned. They are worried that he may have Prostate Cancer. However, we have been assured through multiple blessings that he'll be healed. So that is helpful in getting through this.
Baby: She's growing strong. I'm not gaining weight, so we have an ultrasound scheduled to make sure everything is cool. But she is very active, and she moves all the time, so I'm not super worried. Last week I got my Rogam (or however you spell it) shot. And it actually wasn't too bad! I've had the shot twice before, and it is just a giant needle they stick in your behind. The two I had before were similar to getting a Novocaine shot, they took FOREVER! But this one was less than 10 seconds. It was pretty sweet!
And that's all for the Bucket family. I'm wishing I knew more about how to take care of my hubby, but we'll trust the Dr's and it will all work out.