Hi Rachael .........back in hospital

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Hi Rachael .........back in hospital

Postby Sueleic » Tue Jun 15, 2004 1:42 pm

Hi Rachael
I’m so sorry to hear your back in hospital
Your mum tells me that they are thinking of putting you on heamo hope this give you time to recover from peritonitis ready for your op next month
And hurry up out of there you know you want your pizza

Take care
((((((hugs)))))) for Rach and Elaine
:( :(
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Postby Lorna » Tue Jun 15, 2004 2:29 pm

Rachael, heard from your mum you're back in hospital. Peritonitis is HORRIBLE :cry: But hope you're feeling better and back home again soon.
Thinking of you.
Lots of love,
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Many Thanx for askin bout Rach ;) uk

Postby Elaine » Tue Jun 15, 2004 9:00 pm

Many thanx Sue & Lorna and every1 else askin too Rach bak in hospital as peritonitis still giving her bad problems. :cry:

Op thur to take p/d cath out & insert haemo line start haemo all being well friday. :? Ah well life such a rollercoaster eh??
Fingers crossed all goes 2 plan 2 remove her kidneys in few weeks time?? :shock:

Keep u updated and many many ((((((((HUGZ))))))))) 2 every1 askin bout Rach ;) :lol: :) :roll: :shock:

Best wishes Elaine & Rach -(in hospital 6th time in 6mnths!!!!! :cry: )
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Postby Anne in Va » Tue Jun 15, 2004 9:17 pm

Hi Elaine and Rachael,

So sorry to learn the Peritonitis just will not give up. Boy, it sure seems like you have had more than your share of problems and hospitals. Hope they will get you all squared away and you will soon be on the transplant list. We are all sending bunches of positive thoughts your way and prayers for better and healthier days ahead.

Love, Anne
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Postby Rachel in NY » Tue Jun 15, 2004 11:14 pm

Geez, we ARE twins after all. Please give Rachael a big hug from me.. and hope she's home soon so we can compare hospital stories ;) hehehehe. I'm only kidding. I do hope she escapes soon enough though, and as Bill from MD says, make sure you wash off in a lake before you get home, so the bloodhounds can't follow you.

Take care...

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Postby Andy » Tue Jun 15, 2004 11:20 pm

hey Rach,
I know things are really tough for you right now but hopefully there will be light at the end of the tunnel. Keep your chin up and try to smile :) :D Kate says hi aswell.
(((((((hugs))))))) to all of you family (I think your great!!!)
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Rach had op 2day - from p/d to haemo

Postby Elaine » Thu Jun 17, 2004 10:54 pm

Hiya just 2 let the people know how Rach is after her op today, I know quite a few of u have been askin ;) and sent lovely messages etc.

She is outta surgery p/d cath removed now due to bad bout peritonitis
Had haemo cath inserted and starts haemo 2moro gently. :roll:

On her pain pump at moment and pleased that she is managing her own pain control after bad experiences with previous operations. :? Says hey man this is gr8 !!LOL

Thanx for all u messages and support for Rach it means soo much to us to know people really do care out there. :wink:

best wishes Elaine & Rachael UK (in hospital)
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Postby Hal » Fri Jun 18, 2004 12:09 am

Glad Rach is doing well. Good luck with the haemo tomorrow - I'm sure it will go fine.

Send her my love,

Hal x
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Rach uk home from hospital @ long last ;)

Postby Elaine » Tue Jun 22, 2004 9:50 pm

Hiya just quik update let u know Rach has escaped from hospital home ;)

Now on haemo doin ok touch wood!! :roll: :wink: :lol:

Many thanx for every1 who send best wishes 2 all of us during very difficuilt time, nice 2 know people do care . :lol: :P :wink:

best wishes Elaine & Rach UK :roll: :D :shock: :lol:
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