Here I update from the ER of CHLA. Not where ya wanna be, but what are ya gonna do? The good news is: Hans seems to be fine. He surprised us all with a little bout of chills and fever about 24 hours ago. Since then we've been on a tour d'ER's of California. We started out local with a visit to Bakersfield Memorial last night. We did the usual and went home for a 3 hour nap to be woken up by a little peek a boo fever of 103.4. We didn't want to play around, so drove straight in to LA. This can be as fast as an hour and a half in no traffic. We've spent the entire day here and have just been informed that we have a room on the fourth floor with our name on it. Fever has never been an issue again, but fatigue and then a low blood sugar and a low BP have been. Yikes. We are being held for now as the new Endocrine and Hem-Onc teams get to know our boy. They are watching his BP, sugars and the fever.
We are looking forward to getting a room with a view that's a little more cushy. The ER is not really built for an all day stay. But, we're just glad that fever didn't go out of control.
Must say thanks to Aimee who has come to hang with us, and even shuttle Kevin back home and bring me back the car since we only drove one down this morning. Sheesh, what a pal.
Thanks for checking up on us. Hopefully he'll be all patched up soon. They have decided to hold the MLN for tonight as Hans gains some strength.