Wednesday, May 26, 2010

What is my test score?!!!

Test over.......lost my meal. It wasn't very good to begin with but awful and painful the second time. No score as of yet......another test tomorrow morning. They call it a stomach emptying active food......CANNOT be good!!!! After the morning test, my doctors will discuss the results, and come up with another diagnosis as well as a strategy for treatment. They are nice at Nationwide Hospital too but I miss my friends at Primary Children's Hospital.

It will be good when my "friends" are my favorite, regular, best, school friends and not people at a hospital. I am thankful for my good friends that keep in touch and visit or call me. I am lucky!!!

My mom is with me for this trip, we will be sleeping at the hospital tonight. I will let you know how the tests turn out tomorrow.

Good night!


  1. Gentrie, my heart is aching for you tonight. We began Hallie's journey 4 1/2 years ago and is has been a living nightmare ever since. I never dreamt that someone so close to me would be able to understand our lives so perfectly. I looked at that website G-Pact that was on the TPN group on FB. They described not only gastroparesis, but it's partner CIP (chronic instestinal pseudo obstructions). It was eery to see how well it described our lives and Halile's symptoms. Did you know that she has CIP? No wonder you two have such similar symptoms and meds! We have been to many hospital other than Primary's and none of them are the same. We miss it so much! I'm glad that your mom is with you. At least you aren't alone! There are times that I wish my mom could be there with me, helping me make the decisions for Hallie. We love you so much, Gen. Hang in there! You are stronger than you think!

  2. Hey you, I think I just typed a comment but of course it did'nt post! So if you get this twice, it just means I love you twice as much as anyone else!! I just wanted to let you know that I am posting your updates to my facebook so everyone can get instant access to you! Are thoughts and prayers are with you! Get better and get home!