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Back to Auckland

We're going back to Auckland next week.
His blood work wasn't good today, so it's likely he'll need Haemodialysis and a blood transfusion, unless we can miraculously get his creatinine and hemoglobin down and up this week. How we managed to get it down and up in 2 days a few weeks ago, I'm not entirely sure.
We've been told we'll be in Auckland for up to 6 weeks.
I didn't grow fond of Auckland while we were there, but what can you do.
The Doctors are happy he changed his mind, I'm happy he's changed his mind.
We see the eye doctor tomorrow. It's supposed to be for more laser surgery, but the last thing we need right now is for issues to arise with his eyes so close to dialysis.

The pharmacy also discovered today that we weren't supposed to be subsidized, so cheers to paying for prescriptions now AND thumbs up to $200 on Recormon today. This morning Larry begged me for an iPod touch, to listen to his music because our tastes in music differ. I was all for it until we were handed the Recormon prescription.

Good times.
What is it?

The light at the end of our tunnel.


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