Wednesday, January 20, 2010

It looks like she is on the road to recovery

Alison had a tough day yesterday but today her liver enzymes have started to come down. So, it appears that a liver biopsy will not be necessary-yeah! The doctor also let Alison eat today and so far, so good. If she continues to do well with eating, the doctors may let her go home tomorrow. We are still questioning if this episode was caused by the crohn's medication that her gastroenterologist determined she should start again last Monday. This was certainly the "call" that dad made right from the beginning. Further questions need to be answered and some changes made. Pleae pray that she continues to recover and will be home tomorrow.
Joe and Karen


  1. Fingers crossed and lots of prayers!!!
    Sending hugs

  2. Alison you continue to be in our prayers!! Looks like they just need to tweak things a bit for you! Good luck and God Bless!

    Cindy and Alyssa

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