Heart Transplant Interview

My husband and I did an interview yesterday about his heart transplant. Here we are with his transplant coordinator. She was the one who was interviewing us.

It was a strange experience, but hopefully it will turn out to be something that will be helpful to others who have to go through health issues that lead to transplant.

Everyone we dealt with was very cool and extremely nice. If I get any more info on the resulting video, I’ll let you know.

One organ, eye and tissue donor can save and heal more than 75 lives. More than 100,000 people are waiting for a lifesaving transplant.

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Medical Update

Went to see my regular doctor yesterday. Things are going really well. I am going to try to come off of two more medications over the next month or so. I am really excited about that. Since I lost weight, my body has been a lot happier and is functioning much better. (Go figure.) I still have my allergies, the Meniere’s, and have to take my cancer meds, but otherwise, things are going great! All my blood work came back with everything in normal ranges.

I just have to get back into an exercise schedule. I have been rather lazy about that. But I am getting better and more disciplined every day. Yay!

My yesterday

This was where I spent the day yesterday. Mammogram came up all clear, no ultrasound necessary. It is always a stressful half hour while I wait to find that out. I’m free from the imaging center for 6 more months! Woot!

Remember that next month is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Encourage the women you love to go in for their annual mammograms. Early detection can save lives.