This morning, I had a regular visit with the doctor. On his way to leave the room, he told me: well you have antibiotics for a few more days, what about going home next wednesday July the 13th?

What a news! What a schock! As we say in french: “je suis sur le cul” (I am on my ass)!

From the begining, with Jaja, we were thinking that I might need to stay in the hospital for around 6 to 8 weeks….

Anyway, I am very very happy and I wanted to share with you this great news!!!!!!!!

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10 thoughts on “Leaving the hospital next wednesday July 13th!

    1. Dear Jacquie and Ethan:
      Things are going faster than expected! I will be home tomorrow. After, I will need to be patient…It might take up to a year before a kind a full recovery. It is worst it anyway! Take care!

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  1. Almost out, so what the plan for your last full day at the hospital: take a long shower? Test all the position of the beds? Take your bloodpressure on your own? Take some selfies in every room, ok there are only 2rooms…
    🙂
    I’m really happy that you are getting out tomorrow!! As jaja would say phase 1, waiting for a donor is done. Phase 2, graft done the speedy gonzales way. Phase 3 resting at home to confirm a full recovery is starting!

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    1. Yes ! I came back home yesterday afternoon! So happy! Of course it is not the end! I will need to be cautious with food and cleaning ness of the house. There are some steps where checkings will be done, like one month, two months , three months after the D-Day of the graft. I might need up to a year before a full recovery, but if things want smooly I will be cured!
      Bises
      Happy Bastille Day!

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