He's sitting up almost by himself and he doesn't shake too badly. They have quit most of the iv meds, just a few antibiotics. The lasix is done for now. That's the med that has been drawing the fluids off Will. Even though he still has about 3 liters that he needs to get off, he will do that after he can start moving. He looks so much better. But then I thought he looked pretty cute before. Just don't tell him I said that.
Your prayers will be appreciated for this day. If the doctors allow it, he probably won't get it out until later this afternoon. This is his schedule so far. He will have his treatment about 9:30 and they will set his numbers down to 7 over 5. Those are the numbers that we have been working to bring down. A few days ago we were 12 over 5. Then after a few hours on that setting we will try to put it down to 5 over 5. He needs to do that for an hour (He did that today for a practice and went 1 hour 20 minutes.) Then the drs. will order a peremiter test and if he passes that, then they get together and look at all the blood work, volumes and numbers and decide if he's strong enough. So you can see how long it will take. Just everyone think postive today. I really believe it's going to happen.
I will post a blog and let you know later this afternoon how it is going.
Thanks for the prayers and God bless.
God never said life would be easy.
He just promised it would be worth it.