We’re supposed to get the results of Whitney’s tests on her swollen optic nerves sometime tomorrow, Thursday. I’ll pass on additional info about Whitney from here on out in the comments section of this post.
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I am in constant prayer for her and all of you guys.
The doctors have told us the news from the tests Whitney took yesterday, Wednesday. They’re refering her to a neuro-opthamologist for a closer look, probably with a full-scale MRI, on October 17. The results from her left eye are still inconclusive. She’s all over the place and they can’t make anything out of it. But there’s definitely something going on with her right eye. The optic nerve there is certainly swollen. And the same thing may be happening on the other side, but they can’t tell yet. Of course, in the past couple of hours we’ve heard everything from possible blood clot to possible early sign of diabetes to possibly nothing at all. Nobody knows for sure until they can do these tests which are still three weeks away.
Do please keep our oldest daughter in your thoughts and prayers. We appreciate it very much.
My prayers today center on Whitney and your family. Please know that Whitney goes to this appointment wrapped in the prayers and love of many at AGST as well as Westover Hills.
Praise be to the Lord, to God our Savior, who daily bears our burdens. (Ps. 68:19)
Grace and peace and love,