My wish was that, "As we hold onto hope for a day to call an important tomorrow, the remaining time that we have together shall be peaceful as can be"
Sep 7, 2012
Because Hajime’s light fever did not going down for a while with runny nose, we decide to give antibiotics again.
Today Mary told us that current antibiotic is one of a strongest one. Since Hajime is using it quite often, there is a risk that his infection may become resistance to this antibiotic. This means even if he develops pneumonia, we don’t have a way to treat. On the other hand, we just can’t wait and do nothing for current infection. It is very difficult problem.
It is most scary thing to develop pneumonia and not able to treat at all. This was a little too much, my husband and I sank our head upon our hands.