I’m here @ ER, twice in the past week. Adjusting to anti-rejection meds, one of them is making my potassium too high & prompts me to go to the ER, I know this is apart of the healing process of adjusting to my new kidney. A potassium scare, anytime it’s higher than 5.5 I’m at risk for cardiac arrhythmia. This is the 2nd time my potassium was lower than what it was in the morning labs so no treatment & was discharged! Other than these lil bumps in the road, I can’t complain but stay on track with following God’s will. I’m thankful for no more dialysis, waking up energized & know it can get only better!

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