Here is an update on how Cynthia is doing. We meet with her doctors yesterday and she had an appointment at Interventional Radiation this morning. It looks like there is a blockage in the left ureter, so the neophrostomy tube will remain in place for the moment. So, it looks like we'll be heading to Chicago to see her surgeon.
She's going to have one more test tomorrow morning to check kidney flow rates. We're going to stay in the Boston area rather than drive home because a snow/ice storm is expected late tonight and tomorrow.
Thanks to everyone for their support and well wishes! Either Cynthia or I will keep everyone posted on her progress.
Edward J. Kinsella
American Bladder Cancer Society
Board of Directors - Secretary/Clerk
I am so sorry to read this and my prayers go out for you. Good luck and we will be waiting to hear the GOOD news of your progress. As you go along this path, we are right behind you; literaly and figurativly.
Lets put a poaitive spin on this and consider it a bunp in the road that we will get through together.
Light a man a fire and he is warm for an evening.
Light a man ON fire and he's warm forever.
08/08/08...RC neo bladder
New Man! [/size]
Hi Cynthia. I was so sad after reading your initial post. It shouldn't happen to the person who spends her time cheering all of us along and who we need to keep things running smoothly here.It seems like you still have several serious problems to resolve but I was very happy to hear that it might not be BC rearing it's up ugly head again. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and I'll keep you in my prayers. Kathy