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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Still Very Critical

Again I thank you for praying and urge you to continue as God leads and prompts you. A couple hours ago Jaynee began to have difficulty breathing and "wasn't feeling right" apparently her blood pressure was getting really low, dangerously low. She is still in very critical condition. She said that she was in the most amount of pain that she has ever been in... I think that may caused (at least in part) the dip in her blood pressure.
They finally got her some medicine. Please keep her uplifted in prayer!! She is not out of the woods yet.

33 comments:

  1. praying!!! I know this is so difficult!! Begging for God's mercies!!

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  2. Praying for Jaynee & you all

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  3. Still praying. Heavenly Father, continue to show your miraculous mercies to Jaynee. Give her strength, relief from the pain, and lay your hand of healing on her delicate and hurting body. Lord, we know you love Jaynee, Daniel, and each of their children- and we ask that you would spare Jaynee's life and allow her to continue the amazing work she is doing for her family and the people she touches daily. In the name of your son, Jesus, Amen.

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  4. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't sleep for some reason. So, I got up and happened to check my emails and Google Reader and just saw this blog update! Wow! I just prayed for Jaynee and for your entire family and will continue to!!!

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  5. Still in my prayers, we were due around the same date so this is particularly close for me.

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  6. Prayers from Oregon. Love and prayers for Jaynee. Love and prayers for Daniel. Love and Prayers for the Lockwood family!
    Prayers over the doctors, nurses and hospital.
    His 'rod' and His 'staff' will comfort you! It's only a 'shadow' and He will heal, comfort, and guide!
    Blessings dear family!

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  7. Praying right now! With God nothing is impossible, God is able to take the pain away right now and restore the lost blood, that is what I'm praying for right now.

    Love in Christ,
    Sue

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  8. still praying . and for the children back home with their time waiting for mummy and daddy to come back. I am sure the 12 of them are keeping each other in hugs.

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  9. We are praying for healing, we also are claiming Psalm 91 over Jaynee.

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  10. Praying for you and yours! Please keep us updated so we can pray specifically. May God be with you both
    Sarah

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  11. Continuing to pray this morning, and hoping that Jaynee has become more stable overnight! Praying the God will enhance the positive effects of the blood transfusions and pain meds...and for wisdom for the medical staff to know how to intervene in the most effective and aggressive ways! Thank you, Daniel, for updating as often as you have!

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  12. our family is praying!!

    Suzie Lewis in NC

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  13. Praying for Jaynee. I hope she starts to feel better real soon.

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  14. I woke up several times last night and prayed for her. Keep us updated.

    The Coles

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  15. Woke up this morning with Jaynee on my mind. Now I know why!!! Praying that they are able to manage her pain and blood pressure. Praying the Great Physician takes over when the Dr's cannot!!! Love and prayers from Michigan.

    The Hagers

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  16. Praying for Jaynee and Daniel and your family. ~ Belynda

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  17. Oh my goodness! I hadn't been to your site for a few days and had no idea this was going on. I am praying for your sweet wife, and for your family.

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  18. Dear Lord please spare Jaynee's life so that she may stay upon the earth with her children and husband. She is doing such wonderful work caring for her children and husband. Thy will be done. We are praying!!!
    Blessings,
    Dawn

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  19. Praying here in Ohio.

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  20. Every time I woke throughout the night, Jaynee was on my heart and in my prayers! I am BELIEVING GOD to supply ALL her needs according to CHRIST JESUS in and through this situation!

    Blessings~
    The O'Riley's

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  21. Praying! May His hand of protection be on Jaynee, and may you feel His comfort as well, Daniel.

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  22. Praying! You are all in my prayers!

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  23. Praying for you. Lord please heal Jaynee. Strength her, fill her with the peace that can only come from you. Strengthen her husband and grant peace to her children.

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  24. Still praying earnestly for you all!

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  25. Been following the updates and still praying for the family!

    May the Lord relieve her pain and comfort her in a way only He can. May she be healed in the name of Jesus.

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  26. Daniel,
    I am a nurse, and have followed your blog for awhile. I have admired your family's humble service to our Lord, and the heart you all have for His people.
    I want to pass on some thoughts regarding Jaynee's condition right now. Are they certain that they have typed and crossmatched her blood type correctly, as what you are describing sounds like a blood transfusion reaction, where her own blood cells are fighting against the donated cells. If so, then they must start steriod treatment right away to stop the immune system from over reacting and stop the transfusions.
    She needs to have 2 IV sites, one for blood, if its the correct type, and one that can be used for other purposes such as pain control. She needs to have fluids given to prevent kidney issues if she is having a reaction to the blood.
    Also as a side note, 3 units of blood every four hours is a massive amount. Typically one unit over 2 hours is the standard, but if one is unstable it can be given faster. Is she urinating, because she is getting alot of fluid in short amounts of time, so fluid overload may be a problem, which can cause shortness of breath.
    I am praying for Jaynee, please ask the doctors if she may be having a reaction to the blood. I hope you don't consider this note to be innappropriate, but when I read your posts I felt lead to send this comment.
    God is the healer of life, and mightier than any medical diagnosis. He is faithful.

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  27. Continuing to pray here - Jaynee has been on my heart alot since yesterday and though life is busy with my little ones, when she crosses my mind I am shooting up little prayers for her.

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  28. We've been praying since your first post, even through the night when I woke to nurse the baby. May God's grace sustain you all.

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  29. WE are praying CONSTANTLY here in NC!!! Much love to you all . . . praying for our Father's LOVING hands to surround Jaynee and hold her up through this trial. MUCH MUCH love <3
    Ben and Misty

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  30. Dear Janet, Thank you for your note. Jaynee has a rarer type of blood A-. Thankfully they asked before she went into surgery, They only had one pic line for about half the night and finally put in a second for the meds. Also, I probably mispoke... they gave 3 bags, one bag every four hours. Thank you for the thoughts, they are appreciated

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  31. Daniel,

    From your latest post it sounds as though Jaynee is improving. It was so wise to share her blood type because as you said it is rare.
    70 over 40 is still a VERY low blood pressure, but with fluids and sometimes medication (known as vasopressors) the blood pressure can be stabilized.
    Jaynee is in Good hands as she is in God's hands, and with you as her advocate. Ask questions and ask for explanations if you don't understand something. Medical terminology can be so confusing at times.As an ER nurse, I know we spew words at times that have no meaning for the lay person. Please ask for clarification!
    I will continue to watch your blog for updates, and if you have any questions that I might be able to help you with I will include my email address. jdg143@aol.com
    Blessings always to you, Jaynee and your family. Will continue to lift you all up in prayer, knowing that God's mighty Hand holds you all.
    Janet

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  32. I am praying for Jaynee. I am praying that our great God, our Healer, places His hands on Jaynee. That He gives her peace, comfort, relief from the pain, and strength.

    I'm also praying for your entire family.

    God's blessings,

    Rachel

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