Monday I am supposed to starting working at a nursing home full time.
Whitney is up to 8.6 now, but she has been throwing up, I mean projectile vomiting so I called her doctor and got her in there today. She has to go for an ultrasound tomorrow to rule out pyloric stenosis.
If she has this, she will have to have surgery. Whitney could also just simply having the flu, but the doctor wants to make sure she doesn't have pyloric stenosis since she is a preemie as this is more common in preemies.
I had my 3 month lab dones, A1C is 5.3, but I am showing signs of kidney damage so I am starting back on an ace inhibitor. Cholesterol was also slightly on the high sign so as a precaution I am starting on fish oil and zocor. Everything else was excellent.

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Comment by Marie B on April 24, 2009 at 1:37pm
gosh, Cody, we'll all be praying that little Whitney gets over the flu soon, and doesn't have this other problem.
Comment by Kristin on April 25, 2009 at 2:37pm
How is Whitney doing now?
Comment by Blackmajik Womban on April 25, 2009 at 3:08pm
"Monday I am supposed to starting working at a nursing home full time."

been there done that and bless your heart is all I can say...

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