Merry Christmas! Troy has been hospitalized for all of the holidays since the transplant in May 2012. The week of Thanksgiving, we were told that Troy wll need another transplant in the near future due to deterioating bile ducts from his current donor liver (Cholangitis is the medical term). High fevers complicated with blood clots and neuro-toxic effects from the anti-rejection meds have been major problems. We're praying that the Christmas holiday will be complication free! We wish to thank everyone for their continued prayers, thoughts, and support. Oh..and ...MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Don't forget about Caringbridge.org/troyfrymyer. The site is updated at least once a week and more often as complications occur. Love to all! Troy and Sonya
Oct 30, 2012
As most of you know, Troy had his Liver Transplant x2 on 5/20/12 and again on 5/24/12 due to complications. Troy was inpatient until 7/10/12 and was able to return to his home in Orlando on 7/21/12. He's been in the hospital a 3 times since his transplants. Blood clots have been major contributors to his complications. He is now on life time Coumadin therapy. Troy was on dialysis for 3 months after his initial hospitalization with his kidneys finally waking up on 8/21/12 and no further dialysis required. The road to recovery continues to be rocky but steady. Troy and I both appreciate the prayers, thoughts, and support from everyone. I continue to update caringbridge.org/troyfrymyer very often. Thank you all so much.. Troy and Sonya Frymyer
Jun 10, 2012
5/23/12 through 6/10/12 These are the ongoings from 5/23/12 through 6/10/12... Troy continues in Critical Condition in the Mayo Clinic ICU. We are praying for continued healing and no further...
May 23, 2012
Catching up again... Troy is still in critical condition. Awaiting news of the next transplant. Troy is still comatose and on the ventilator but hopefully that will turn around with the next...
May 21, 2012
To get everyone caught up... This is what has transpired beginning 5/19/12 5:55 pm to this morning... the more present is first so for once...start reading at the end of the story to the...