I certainly don't have as much time to blog now that we are out of the hospital. But, Mason and I do try to fit in our daily walk (and or run) to see all the beautiful May flowers. When I'm not playing pharmacist or nurse that is!!! We've also been over at the hospital already Monday and today for blood draws. (These are to check his Cyclosporin level, CBC, and electrolyte levels). Plus, today was Mason's clinic visit with the Transplant team. Dr. Chin was very pleased with how well Mason appears to be doing.........although tomorrow will give us a better idea of how well he is really doing!
Mason has a 6:30 am check-in time for his Biopsy 4. He will also have an echo cardiogram following his biopsy. Oh how I hope and pray with all my heart that the results will come back with another "0" rejection!! Please keep a special prayer in your hearts tomorrow that Mason will be safe in the cath lab, that his biopsy results will show ZERO rejection, and that his heart function remains excellent.
Following his biopsy we will go to the short stay unit for a Citugam IV infusion. It is a 4-6 hour infusion which is very similar to IVIg. Mason has been getting them every two weeks since his transplant. Just one more way to keep his body from making the bad rejecting antibodies.
I will update tomorrow sometime!