Posted in AWARENESS, God, Health, Love, My Journey, Sickle Cell Anemia, Update

Day 8, Living With Sickle Cell Anemia

I believe I start this post with some good news before I start it with negative news for my dear followers. I got the good news to come home today. I find out just how sick I truly was. I knew I was sick when I find out about my blood count was 6.9 then drop to 6 the same night. I find out had fluid in my lungs and that I had touch of pneumonia. I’m still not happy about my blood count, not as high as I would like it to be, but I’m praying it be just fine before my check ups in a few weeks. I think its in a few weeks. So much on my mind. Everythingelse look good, so it was good for me to go home. Blood count was going up, it was 7.8, and I was praying and hoping it would be 8. something, but it ended up dropping to 7.6. My doctor had the weekend off, but find out Monday that he was looking over my chart and x-ray from home. Now that a man that’s dedicated to his job and patients. I wasn’t crazy about the doctor that step in for him over the weekend, he didn’t say much like my doctor does. He explains everything.  I don’t want to make this post long.  I wonder since I got so sick so soon, that much mean the month of MAY is going to be good month. I say good month because its my BIRTHDAY! A few years I be tapping 30! WOW! Is all I can say.I’m so touch and thankful for all my followers that have been with me for the long run and the new one’s I have met on the way. I haven’t forgotten about you all, it’s just my health and school has been keeping me busy and haven’t got the chance to visit and comment like I would love.  You all have been a BLESSING to me on MY JOURNEY! I do hope all is well with each and every one of you! Sending many BLESSINGS TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU! God Bless 🙂

 

GOD HAS TRULY BEEN GOOD TO ME, HE NEVER LEFT MY SIDE, EVEN WHEN I WANTED TO THROW IN THE TOWEL! THANK GOD FOR HIS LOVE & MERCY

 

I have slip on been more of ADVOCATE for my illness, I hope soon as I get done with this semester I be better at bringing more awareness to Sickle Cell Anemia!