Inconclusive….


Edited 5-11-2011:

Went with Bill to the Dr. He corrected the nurses’ use of “Inconclusive” with “Not Revealing” – which means that while minor things showed on the the tests, they had nothing to do with Bill’s complaints and are not problematic in themselves. So, off to the gastro we go, asap, & we’ll see what he has to say. There are a couple of possibilities, but the doc wants a specialist to have a look-see. We’ll keep you posted!

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A quick note on Bill’s tests can actually be summed up in my one-word title – Inconclusive!  As Dan says, “Vexing!”  His doctor is sending him to a gastrointerologist after he does his yearly physical.  Bill’s pain was worse last night and this morning than it has been thus far.  Please continue to pray for him.  He was so sweet and patient during the tests yesterday; I hope he can continue to hold up!

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I am loved with God's everlasting love, and underneath are His everlasting arms - and I haven't gotten over it yet! I am also blessed to be married for over 36 years to the man of my dreams, and have 3 incredible adult children, an amazing son-in-law, a wonderful daughter-in-law, and SEVEN grandchildren: four precious granddaughters, three handsome grandsons - so far. I am a retired Home Educator, and loved every moment of it! We are empty nesters, and are endeavoring to embrace this new phase of life. God is so good!
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5 Responses to Inconclusive….

  1. AuntGen says:

    It is so hard to have something wrong and not know what or how serious it is!  I’m glad Bill was able to be patient. Being impatient and anxious might have only made his symptoms worse…isn’t God good to us?  I’m learning to see His tender Father’s heart when He helps our frailties like this.  I’ll be praying for the dr./medical staff to gain some insight into Bill’s problem through this next round of appointments and tests, and asking God to use them for His wonderful purpose for all concerned. Love you and your be’-be’ (trying to spell it where it doesn’t look like “beeb”).

  2. redladybug18 says:

    oh that’s so hard when you hurt but don’t know what wrong.  May the great healer heal his pain.

  3. ABAHM says:

    I will continue to pray for Bill and for wisdom in diagnosis.

  4. grace_to_be says:

    oh, and this just coming after your dad’s death… i’m so sorry. i’ll be praying for healing and peace. 

  5. There is nothing like having “inconclusive” results when it comes to the man we love, is there?  I’m wondering if you have found anything out in these last weeks?  I’ve been kinda’ “hit and miss” with Xanga over the last month, but when I saw your comment today, I came over here to catch up, and WOW!  I was so surprised to read what has been going on.  I hope by now you have some answers.  This has to be a sore temptation to worry, but I am praying that it will be a cause to see how God has gone before you and helped smooth the way.  I keep thinking how much harder this would be if you were still in the middle of caring for your parents — though something tells me that Bill has been putting this on the back burner until now — and that makes it even more important to pursue diligently.  Thinking of you, Nina-girl!  Hope there is good news soon!

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