This is her Amish girl head gear. Her eyes are pretty swollen, but we're working on it
This is the red blood cell from Uncle Timmy
Today, went fine. Elle remains stable, no new issues. She is still fluid positive but is starting to pee a little -the fluid is slowly releasing; keep it flowing. She is getting Bumex twice a day and a new diuretic Metolazone via her G tube now. Her kidney's still stressed, but her liver and lungs seem to be holding.
The weird thing, is that when we were doing her body dressing today, we were expecting and fearing that her skin would be so bad, but her wounds actually looked relatively good. There was some healing and the tissues look pink instead of bleeding. Have to do her limbs yet, and hoping they also look good. Don't know if it is the mesenchymal cells or that I started using medical honey again and increased the amount of aquaphor, or that she isn't moving to damage herself? Maybe a combination. I'll take it.
Stefan made us laugh though. Four of us were turning her during dessings and I wanted to get her off of the wet bedding and so rolled one side of the bedding under her then we had to roll her over the "hump" to the other side and take the old bedding out. When she was all positioned, he said, "OK, are you ready to do the dry hump?" We all tittered, Stefan blinked a couple of times and said, "Becky, will you explain to me later?" Then the light went on and he said "Ohhh" sheepishly (More tittering).
Stefan is exhausted, only slept an hour last night from anxiety I guess. He went to bed finally at 900 PM and Chloe right after. I went in to check on them a bit ago and found Chloe had snuck into bed with him.