Home is proving to be a welcome change from the hospital. Ken has had a few spells of throwing up, but this is likely because he stopped one of his nausea meds, due to its adverse side effect, making him feel like he is crawling out of his skin. The challenge to replacing it is the need for medication that is available in liquid or IV form. Most of them only come in pill form. But we are working on it.
Rest comes easier for me, knowing I don't have to get up early and go to the hospital. We picked up a remote doorbell that Ken keeps with him, and it rings in the bedroom when he needs something. All he has to do is push a button. It has worked like a charm.
To those of you who have tried calling the house, and gotten no answer, I have turned off the phones. After seven weeks of nothing but interrupted sleep, (life at the hospital), we're trying to get back on a more normal schedule. I'll try to return all of your calls, very soon.
Thank you all, for thinking of us and for checking in. I'll write again, soon.