Hard Work Paying Off: 17 Months Post Transplant .
If you have known me for past year 2015/2016/2017 , you must have seen me hitting the highs and my lows. I am not perfect but also not normal. I am always below average on everything. I have never hit over 70 over my
But proudly, I admit I have survived everything else. You have had to see me, I was supper with excited as a kid when I saw my PFT in screen. I blew the most highest in the history of PFTs I have done in past 6 years. Even little decimal points counts a lot for me, my PFT went back from 37% to 69%. It not even close to what people get post transplant but for petite body type as mine. It's a lit.
Supper happy. Thank you to my Old Rehab Team ,Pulmonary Wellness & Rehabilitation Center, Noah, Aastha, Monkey, Patricia, Wan , Caroline, Mariam, Abula. I miss you guys a lot, my new rehab and my new Therapist Katie Riley. My NP, my transplant team, my respiratory therapist, patient care representatives who are always kind and welcoming. American Outcome nurses, anonymous Plasma Donors, my family, friends and well wishers. Last but not the least my Donor Family. All the chemo, plasmapheresis sessions, IVIG infusions worked.
Thank you !
I survived Donor Medicated Antibodies Rejection. 🙌
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