Wednesday February 10/10

Pat and I are driving our daughter and son-in-law to the airport later tonight as they are going on a late honeymoon. They were married last April but wanted to be out of town when the Olympics are here. Holy smokes things are active here! Our city does nothave any sporting events here but when the torch was here on Monday night there were 20,000 people in out local park. Funny because our other daughter and our son-in-love, are going to the opening ceremonies and 3 other events. BIG $$$$$$. That's what happens when you are young and able to spend a little more freely. They each own their own homes too, I am very proud of them.Pat's tongue looks wonderful, it isn't hurting too much as of today.His MRI showed one new lesion but the report was that he is stable. MS Dr agrees this is a result of using Humira. Pat is not the first patient she has with the same symptomsfrom Humira. Thank God he only took a few shots, he quit in January 09 and still 13 months later has the symptoms.We are celebrating Valentines Day with a nice home cooked meal using as much red food as I can, just for fun. A TV movie and cuddles on the couch will be the extent of it.I just love him to bits."Talk" soon.Wendy  

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deleted_user

Well Chris has started to confuse his words they are not coming out right, and all of a sudden when he takes his shot it has started to bleed a little more then usual, and bruise is bigger. He went for blood work that came back normal, just slightly anemic. Next is a CTscan to see what is going on. Dr. doesn\'t want him taking any Humira at least until we find the results of the CT scan.
Patswife
Patswife

Pat said GOOD Chris is getting the CT scan when I read your comment to him,
it is a nasty nasty drug.
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deleted_user

That sounds like a really nice Valentines Day :)