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Home Dialysis Machine/System Transition : Part 2

NxStage TRAINING AND ADJUSTMENT PERIOD . . . My team and I had anticipated that my NxStage training would take just over a week. Unfortunately the change in system put me off balance physically – specifically my potassium level being … Continue reading

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Five things I will miss about DIALYSIS (no, really) . . .

Yes, I am actually making a list of things I will miss about dialysis!!!It seems unbelievable but when forced to incorporate something like dialysis, into your life, you make peace with it at some level. I won’t miss any of … Continue reading

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It has Arrived . . . finally!!

Bet you never saw anyone so excited about getting a new dialysis machine before!! I am excited though because this is something I fought to get. Without rehashing the whole turbulent tale . . . I will say, since I began … Continue reading

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Ducks in a Row . . .

Disclaimer: Today’s post is about organization within the home. I can only write about what makes sense for me and organization is the foundation of peace within my house. I love order. My intention is not to come across pious … Continue reading

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