DH dying-need prayers - page 11

I've posted before about my husband being terminally ill and complications that have come up, but this is the worst it has every been. Currently in ICU with ARDS and sepsis, placed on dialysis... Read More

  1. by   Messink
    I'm glad to hear that your husband started moving again. I'll keep praying for you and your family.

    I wish you a happy new year.

    Bye, Michiel Messink
  2. by   icygirl88
    Said a prayer. Best of luck to you and your family
  3. by   mlynn
    I don't get on this site everyday, so I had not seen your posts. I jsut read all 14 pages and just wanted to let you know that my family will be praying for your family. Stay Godstrong!!!
  4. by   nursejoey05
    Day 22...Not too many signs of waking up today. Liver function continues to improve. Dialysis took off about 5 pounds today, well tolerated. JP drain out today. Dressing has stayed dry and intact all day. I was a little worried since he had so much output from that. Good nurse taking care of him tonight (they're all good, actually, I love them all) so I won't worry (too much). Happy New Year everybody.
  5. by   pannie
    Hoping '06 will be a miracle year for you and your family! Your on our prayer list daily.
  6. by   leslie :-D
    (((joey))),

    i just found this thread....what a battle you, dh and dd are enduring. yet i firmly believe it is your faith of God that you are able to care for your husband each day. whether your dan has a good day or bad, do not lose your faith in Him. i am so very, very sorry for all of you. may 2006 bring you unity, faith, strength and eternal comfort in knowing that so many people are praying for you.

    with heartfelt prayers,

    leslie
  7. by   honeyb111
    Just wanted to let you know that my prayers are still with you, dh, and dd. I pray things continue to improve. Thanks for keeping us posted. :icon_hug:
  8. by   compassion1
    Just to let you know I'm still praying for you and your family. I hope 2006 will prove to be better year for all of you. God bless you all and I send my {{{{hugs}}}}
    Marilyn
  9. by   doddlebuggin
    God is the great Physician and Your love is in his Hands.They are strong powerful hands and He will carry you thru.I know the ups and downs are almost to much to bear,But you have done the right thing by putting a prayer chain in effect... God Bless you and Hold you in his hand Comfort and Keep your Hubby and Give him Peace sweet sweet peace.....
  10. by   nursejoey05
    Day 23...chest xray looks amazing today, still improving daily. Vent settings down again today 35% FIO2, PEEP 4 and BPM now down to 14. I can't believe just a few days ago it was set at 40. Lung doc predicts moving him by this Friday. If the rest of his organs cooperate, doc thinks Dan is a good candidate for getting off the vent ( with aggressive rehab). Blood Pressure dipped kind of low this evening so that was a little worry, but improved with fluids. But he's not making urine now. (2 days of no dialysis) His stoma is darker but still viable so they are watching that carefully. Doc says that it is just edematous like the rest of him. So...we'll see what tomorrow brings. Me and DD watched "Ghost" at the hospital tonight. One of my favorite movies but particularly sad at this time in life. (Hate it when Willie and Carl die--gives me the creeps!) Thank you all you faithful prayer warriors. I know that prayer is making the difference.
  11. by   firstaiddave907
    my heart and prayers are with you i hope evrything wroks out and ill pary for your husband. please keep us posted.
  12. by   suzanneuthscsa
    Wishing you an uneventful 2006. I pray that your dh steadily improves, and that the message of Christ will reach him through this ordeal. Also, I pray for your family's peace with the knowledge that even though the burdens feel as though they are on our shoulders sometimes, we never have control. Instead of feeling helpless and out of control, realize that this is a gift that we have because we don't have the weight on our shoulders. This was something that I learned when I was 21 yrs old and gave birth to a 24 wkr who is now a healthy 5 yr old. Once I released myself from the responsibility and the guilt that follows, I felt rejuvenated spiritually and my son miraculously improved in about 2 hours. I also wanted to recommend some spiritual fiction novels that deal with the subject of converting people to Christianity through crises such as the one you are dealing with. It is a 4-book series by Beverly LaHaye and Terri Blackstock and they are so wonderful and easy to read! The first is Seasons Under Heaven (I think) and all four have the word "Season" in them. It is nice to have a good book in the hospital. Sorry I wrote so much, but I felt compelled.
    Dont lose hope! Suzanne
  13. by   chaosRN
    My prayers are with you & your family. I hope your DH continues to improve.

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