Got word this morning from Dr. Tebbi that Scott will not be released when the Meth level gets to 0.1, but will be released when it reaches 0.1 plus one cycle of bloodwork. This due to the amount of time the drug has stayed in his body.
Don't know exactly when that means he'll get released. HOPEFULLY he will get to 0.1 with today's daytime bloodwork. He was at 0.15 during the night test.
He got sick this morning when the same nurse came in with the rescue drug. Not when she gave him the drug, but right when he saw her. Guess it was a mental connection. But he has secured a "date" with one of his favorite nurses this afternoon for a coke and a visit to the Medical Arts building next to the hospital. He may have cancer, but he's still all boy!
This long stay is really rough on him, as well as all of us. Exhaustion sets in an basically becomes normal.