Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Miracles...

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Sage

We received one today! Many of you know that when we adopted our girls our little Sage had Hep B. We were told from the start that one of them had Hep B, so we did our homework and were prepared to get her the help needed. From day one she showed no signs or symptoms of illness, both girls have been very healthy and rarely even get a cold. I've payed attention to their diet, trying to keep it healthy, and we scheduled her lab work each year. The results were great, her body was resolving the Hep B, one of the few that is getting rid of it. First not showing up in the blood and now there are no signs of it anywhere, not even a trace in the liver, Wow! But we faced a kink last time her blood was drawn, something a bit more serious. It was shortly after Paul changed jobs with a new company so we were in between insurances. I've been worried ever since we heard that news, but couldn't see how it could be. So, a couple of weeks ago we took Sage in for more tests and I finally received the results today, the final results. It was a false positive, our prayers were answered! She is now cured of Hep B and never had the other thing they thought. She doesn't even need to go back for her yearly blood work. It's such great news! I'm so grateful for many blessings, a loving Heavenly Father, great doctors, and our sweet, healthy, happy Sage.

8 comments:

M3 said...

Oh Dianne, that is the BEST news!! How wonderful to hear. Hugs all around!

Kelli said...

I'm so far behind on blog reading and posting, but this is the best news ever! what a relief for you all!!!!!

leslie the licorice stick lady said...

Hooray!That is just so great. Heavenly Father sure helped you there. What a blessing for her that you and your family have helped her overcome this. You are her miracle!

Ladyblog said...

Great news! and....wow they get more beautiful by the day!

Chelle said...

That's amazing! What a miracle!

Mark and Lori said...

That is the case with us too! We were prepared for whatever came our way - but our little guy is totally healthy! God is good!

Great news!

Eileen said...

Wow! I definitely know how very rare it is to seroconvert the surface antigen! My precious little girl (almost 4) is 6 months into interferon treatment and unfortunately still has a viral load of 26 million. We're praying for a miracle too!

D2 said...

I HATE being so far behind on reading blogs. But sometimes you have to comment, even if you are two weeks late.

Hallelujah. I cannot imagine how amazing a feeling that must be for you - but I sure can try. I am so, so, so, so happy for you. Can't find a better word :-)