Sharon Desperately Needs Your Help
Sharon is a wife, mother of 4, and grandmother of 8. She has worked most of her life, primarily as a relay operator for the deaf and hard of hearing. Sharon and her husband, a Veteran, have operated a small business in the past to supplement their income. Due to COVID-19, they currently are not able to do that. They sold primarily on military bases, and also at area craft shows. But being on dialysis has severely limited how much she is able to travel to different shows, thus the need for a transplant, versus dialysis for the rest of her life.
July 11, 2019
Home dialysis has not been going well. I am dehydrated, which makes it harder to access the veins. I am very frustrated with this, but still confident that it will all be worked out in time. This gives me all the more reason for needing a kidney transplant, and the sooner the better.
June 17, 2019
First day of home dialysis @ home was a little bit of a challenge. We had trouble getting the blood flow up to where it should be so…. I have another fistulagram scheduled for Wednesday morning. I sure wish my veins/fistula would cooperate.
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August 6, 2019
Sharon : glad to help out a little . I have another friend who got her transplant 6 months ago and she feels so much better.. prayers to you on your journey to wellness