Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Victor's Challenge

Thanks to all who prayed for my wife while she was suffering from thrombosis (blood clot). In my previous article I have told of my wife's health issue regarding her blood which is called antithrombine deficiency. The medicine that she's taking is Clexane and basically it is to keep her blood from getting thick which could cause thrombosis or blood clot. Well, as you can see it happened and she suffered a lot of pain. Thankfully, it didn't get worst - worst could mean cardiac arrest (caused by blocked nerves) or pulmonary embolism (blockage of nerves in the lungs). There are some other worst complications but I am thankful to God it didn't go there. 

She is now under double dosage of Clexane and is still under observation but not in the hospital anymore; she's now under my loving care. When the people knew that we'll be paying by cash, they immediately concluded that it will be better for us to finish her treatment at home. It was costly, but it is a price you have to pay to make our lives better in the future. I'm just glad that the baby is safe and Leah's condition is getting better. 

Because of my company's financial issue, all our medical cases that require approval were all made on "hold" status by our insurance company. Just another one of our company's dilemna. It's a big challenge for us since I haven't receive my salary yet (for 2 months). That is why I thank JCF (disclosed for security reasons) for the help that they have extended. If it not for their help, Leah would have not been allowed to be discharged and we'll have a hard time accumulating the amount needed to pay the hospital bill.

Well, Ize was so excited and became more enthusiast in his activities knowing his mom is there to see him again. Sometimes his behaviour tends to be annoying when he wants so much attention from his mom, and sometimes he accidentally hurts his mom by his actions. He is such a sweet boy. 

God trully is wonderful and he never neglects His family. Thank you again to all the people who prayed and to all who visited her at the hospital. Thanks to God for granting us the strength, wisdom and friends to became victors of yet another challenge in our life. Trully, God's hand is not short for His family. God bless you all.
Behold, the LORD'S hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: - Isaiah 59: 1


BON said...

nice to heare that bro.

Keep safe!

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