The Fever Broke
Yesterday was a good day for Jane, her fever broke and she was feeling much better. Her appetite returned and she had more energy.
Although Jane felt better yesterday, her White blood cell count was low. The doctors believe that it is because of the Taxol/chemo. The white blood cell count usually drops between 8 and 10 days after treatment.
Jane said that she is up to having some visitors. Please be aware of the following if you visit.
Continue to coordinate visits with me, you can call my cell.
Due to the low white blood cells, Jane has been put in protective isolation. This means that if you visit you will be required to wear a mask the entire time you are in the room.
Important: If you are sick, have been sick in the last week, or feel like you might be getting sick, you may not visit.
– Please understand that Jane is still recovering and may be or get tired. Look for signs and keep visits short.
– Due to the protective isolation, no fresh flowers, plants or outside food is allowed.
Thank you for your prayers through this difficult time. Jane and I really appreciate all of your support and know that we couldn’t do this on our own.