Good news. My doctor arrived this morning about 9:30, very impressive for her day off. After reviewing the chest xray from yesterday she is satisfied that the infection is largely gone. I’m to be released by about 1:00 this afternoon after paperwork, etc. are complete. She has prescribed me a course of antibiotics to continue taking after my release with a followup appointment and chest xray this coming Friday.
Thanks for all your patience and well-wishes this week. Regular programming will resume tomorrow.
glad to hear!
“Thanks for your patience”? Chris – you blogged more than I did while you were in the hospital! I can’t keep up with you. hahahaha
I am glad to hear that you will be going home. Now stay at home till you are completely ok heatlth wise.
Such good news! No matter how plush and cushy hospital accommodations are – there is no place like home.
Glad you are able to go home. Listen to Dr. Zsa and your mother…do what you need to do to completely recover. These lung infections aren’t to be played with.
I am relieved to hear this.
good to hear you’re doing well! =)
good to hear that…
Glad this episode is almost over. Now, take rest before you get running all around.
(Doctors visit you at your house at where you live?)It’s good to hear your getting better!
yay, i’m glad you are getting out of the hospital!
One question…do you get another of those impressive meals before you leave??? I want to go to Bangkok the next time I need to go in for a hospital stay!!! lol I am glad you are doing well..now take it easy once you get home….and get back to 100%Ruth Ann
Yayyyyy! Good to hear Chris. I am glad you’re doing much better. It is probably because of cutting the preservatives like vinegar that you’ve cut from your diet.
Congrats on your release, stay well
Thank goodness the infection is gone! Now you can get ready for Christmas!
I haven’t been around lately, so I had no idea, but hope you recover soon!
I am glad everything’s fine now. Now into the addiction clinic for you
woohoo! Take care and let’s see if you can stay out of trouble this time.
Glad you’re all better!
@stebow – I keep holding my breath to avoid getting into trouble again but it doesn’t work!@Wangium – I don’t have a problem, I keep telling you. I can stop any… time… I… oh, look, a new comment!@marc11864 – So it isn’t the absence of the espresso machine that is the root of my problems, it is the lack of preservatives?@WilldrawsRainbows – Sorry, I wasn’t clear. Follow up with the doctor at her office at the hospital. Doctors here don’t do home visits normally.@jandsschultz – @ZSA_MD – Yes, ma’am.@ElusiveWords – “Patience” in terms of people getting tired reading about the hospital and illness. Time for new topics.@ungrandvoyage – @murisopsis – @choyshinglin – @onmovement – @agmhkg – @Dezinerdreams – @yang1815 – @kunhuo42 – @everyday_yogi – @CurryPuffy – @lil_squirrel4ever – @brooklyn2028 – @TheLatinObserver – @TheCheshireGrins – Thanks, everybody. It means a lot to know there are people out there thinking (positively) of you.@Redlegsix – Ruth Ann, for my final meal (Sunday breakfast) I mixed things up and ordered Japanese food. I took a picture and will have to blog about it because it was the most horrendous meal of my entire visit and one of the worst excuses for Japanese food I’ve ever seen!
You know, I probably would have faked a coughing fit to get another day of free meals. hahahaha
Glad you’re on the mend. Happy Holidays.
Yay! Home cooked meals!
@CareyGLY – Thanks.@ElusiveWords – Is that your tactic? =D
@Rm2046 – Always better. Always.
Excellent, glad to hear you are well now :)Too bad you never got a photo/ video of the helipad being used though.
@arenadi – Yeah, that was sad. I’m definitely keeping in mind which rooms to request if I ever have to be hospitalized again.