Tricia had a good day on Monday. Tests showed that her CO2 is normal, which means she doesn't have to sleep with a CPap machine at night. She also does not have a sinus infection, which she thought she had. It was also thought that she might have ulcers in her esophagus, which she does not.
However, her doctors cannot decide yet how to treat her rejection. She does have a GI bacteria called C Diff, which could cause some major issues if she receives any med that reduces her immune system. They are all having a meeting this morning to make a decision, and we would appreciate prayers for wisdom.