February 26, 2009

gimme a break

You'll never believe this, but I am back in the hospital tonight with
a 101.5 temp and a developing infection. We are so tired of this.
When I was discharged 2 days ago, the doctors were concerned with me
getting an infection, but there was nothing "clinically" that showed I
had one at the time so they let me go home. Well, now I do and I am
admitted for a minimum of 48 hours once my fever goes away. This is
so disapointing, and Josh and I are in need of more R&R at home.

Off to get some good Ambien sleep... Hopefully!

Lauren Green
•Sent from my iPhone•

32 comments:

  1. so sorry to hear this. you certainly need some time at home with your hubby to process all that has happened the last few days.

    one of these days i pray you can get some rest and peace.

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  2. So sorry to hear! Praying for your complete healing!!!

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  3. Lauren, I am so sorry! You have been down a hard road and now this! We are praying for you, get better. Loave you, Amanda

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  4. unbelievable! This is madness. Hang in there!

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  5. Bless your heart! This is the LAST thing you need! Hang in there! I hope the Ambien sent you into some good lala-land sleep. (one just made me doze, but two did the trick for me when I was in the hospital) I hope you can get out of there soon!! Thinking about you and praying for you!

    Love,
    Tonya

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  6. So sorry to hear that your in the hospital.

    Love your new picture of your new home .


    take care .

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  7. Be patient with yourself and your body. You have been through more than your share. Sending healing thoughts and prayers.

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  8. It's just one thing after another for you. Praying for a speedy recovery and some R&R.

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  9. Oh Lauren, So sorry to hear this! Please know you and Josh continue to be in my thoughts and prayers!

    Donna in Little Rock, AR

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  10. Thinking about you today! Hope you do not have an infection and get to go home very soon!

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  11. You DO deserve a break! I will pray that something GREAT happens to you soon! And get rid of that infection soon so you can go home!

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  12. Praying for your healing. Some time at home is very needed for you two.

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  13. I can not imagine how hard it is. Hospitals are no fun. But please take care of your self. Your health is the most important thing. All of us need and want you to be well. You are a fighter, and a hell of a strong woman. Show them that you mean business :-) I hope to meet you in person soon.
    Tais

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  14. I hope you get over it quickly, I know you need R & R and that's best done at home where you feel relaxed.

    I'll keep you in my prayers and hopefully it won't last to long!

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  15. Praying for your health and speedy recovery!

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  16. So sorry to hear this news about infection. I have been following your story and my heart breaks for you and Josh. I know you are sick of hospitals and all the memories it brings.

    I am new to the blog world, but have been an avid blog reader for several years....I just finished reading your entire blog.

    Hope this day will be better...

    Stop by my blog when you have time.

    Teresa

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  17. Oh Lauren,
    I'm so sorry! I know you must want to be at home more than anything right now. I have tears in my eyes thinking of your situation. You are still in my prayers.

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  18. I'm so sorry this has happened to you. My husband and I pray for you and your husband every day! Just know that there are people out there thinking of you.

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  19. Just wanted to send you a hug. (((hugs)))

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  20. When it rains it pours... (that is probably a huge understatement for all you've been through) sending warm thoughts and prayers your way for rest and healing. *hugs*

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  21. Enough is enough! So sorry to hear of the setback. Wish I was near enough to bring you and Josh a meal and a huge hug. Perhaps this time has been set aside for just the two of you to process the last months and begin the healing process so you are stronger once you're home and reality hits. I know the sunshine and warm weather seems to chase away blues so I am hoping more of those days are headed to you and Josh. Enjoy this next season and look forward to what God has in store for your family in the future. Take care and know prayers are flooding heaven for you guys.
    A Gal from TX

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  22. i'm sorry lauren...hope you can still get some much needed rest in the hospital.

    hang in there...

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  23. There are so many people praying for you that you have never even met. We will keep on praying for comfort, healing, and peace in all this.

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  24. Lauren,

    We are all so so sorry. You and Josh are strong and will make it through this tough time. We love you and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Cousin Jen

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  25. Many prayers for a safe and speedy recovery.

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  26. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and Josh.

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  27. Having gotten an infection from a c/s and knowing the seriousness that can come from it, I'm glad they are being proactive. Hoping you are being well taken care of and resting comfortably. Keeping you all in my prayers.

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  28. I continue to keep you and Josh in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you don't read this for awhile. . .I hope you are resting soundly. You and your family will be in my prayers for a very long time.

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  29. I'll be praying that you get home soon, so you and Josh can relax together at your own house. Nothing like your own bed...

    Praying for you daily,

    In Him,
    Beth

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  30. May your body recover soon, so that your heart can begin to.

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  31. I have been praying for you and will continue to pray for you! I wish you and Josh all the best!

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