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PD Training

To commence on the 11th and will end on the 23rd. Home on the 24th.
3 more weeks of haemo dialysis.
Haemo Dialysis works wonders.

Comparing his health from a month ago till now, I can honestly say he was destined for downhill with a first class ticket had he not changed his mind. Now he's just a commoner in coach and there's nothing wrong with coach.

His weight on Tuesday was 113.4kgs.
Blood pressure has been up for the last week. Advised to take his blood pressure pills after dialysis on D-days, not sure if that makes a difference.

Getting alot of mixed answers with medical personnel. It gets confusing, but all I know it we'll be home by the end of the month. Something to look forward to.

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