And by that, I mean the hospital.
I was admitted last Friday for high creatin, I had been moving up in numbers, then jumped from 109 to 140 in a week, and my liver numbers jumped also.
I get told off for not drinking enough water. And told to come to Addenbrookes.
Sadly I have never been a big water fan, and I never have drank more than a liter of anything a day. Often I'll have a personal size bottle of Coke, and won't drink all of that in a day.
Since I've been in, numbers are better, but, 36 hours of IV fluid gave me a bout of ascites again, which I'm having drained this morning.
Last night they nearly separated me out from the herd, because my white cell count has dropped to 1.1. The average is 4. Anyway, I'd need to be .5 to warrent my own room. That's fine, either way.
But then they dropped my Adaport (imunos) from 4 mil. Twice a day to 2 mil! I have not been that low on those, ever, even after surgery, they start you, on average at 3 per. I'm guessing this is to try and raise the white count. They also mentioned a bone marrow biopsy after the new year, or soonish.
So many things going on in the last week.
I nearly had to have a liver biopsy, but they stopped that because my numbers are good again, as is my creatin, getting better, and an ultrasound showed no inflamation.
My transplant was October. 19th.
I really wanna go home. Except for some ascites, which THEY gave me, chuckles, I'm really feeling ok.
But, I am worried about this white cell thing. Has anyone else had to deal with this post transplant?
Thanks in advance!
And hugs to all who are not feeling so hot!
Cheering everyone on!