Your comments are great! We’ve had several laughs, and all were just what we’ve needed. The pain Katy is experiencing is the same as before the last Remicade treatment. We can not miss a dose of pain medicine so we set the timer every two hours. Paul is going to take the night shift tonight. I am so thankful for the good days Katy had after the last Remicade because as bad as this is we know it will get better.
The doctor helping us with pain management is also doing a great deal of research into the vitamin and mineral imbalance that occurs in people with inflammatory bowel disease. He has sent us several articles describing the symptoms Katy is having. There is a delicate balance. We are trying to increase those vitamins and minerals until hopefully there will be a balance. The balance will help prevent the muscle cramping, spasms, and tetany, which adds to her pain quite a bit.
We are thankful for your prayers, and humorous writing. Being able to laugh at your humor is an indication that our hope is alive and well. Hope and humor often go together.Comments: