Yesterday, the nephrologist ordered that Greg be given some IV fluids. He was encouraged enough by his kidney function to try the addition of some fluid. They believe he has some type of metabolic encephalopathy. He and the infectious disease doctors are working very hard trying to find the right combination of meds to pull Greg out of this. At this point, we simply don’t know if there will be permanent brain damage, or not. I will keep praying not.
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So will I Randi. I hope they find the right combination soon.
I hope you know how many people are wishing you both well.
I will keep praying for him and you as well. Keep your chin up and accept ALL offers of help. You have been on my mind a lot in the last month or so. I hope he turns around soon and you can get him home where he belongs.
Hugs from Michigan.
Still praying hard – (((((HUGS))))).
Still right here holding you close.