She had the medicine for fibrin issues during the initial phase of treatment through her iv. So much was happening back then that I wasn’t even aware of it. Since she has only received two doses of her ten L’asparaginase she will likely need it again.
On a good note, since she doesn’t have a fever and her body is responding in a desirable fashion to the medicine, I consider treatment to be going well. Her energy is coming back and her hunger is decreasing - NOT GONE. She still has a lot of hunger. She ran out of olives, probably because she put so many on her Cheerios, and wanted some from the grocery store. She wanted a few other things so she made me a list. It's difficult to read because it's written by a five year old, but also because she used the German word for one of the items. The list was so precious I took a picture.
Green and black olives
Bread with no seeds
Big fat white hot dogs (bratwurst)
Pretzels (these are the delicious pretzels from the German bakery)
Rinderhackfleich - this is ground beef - I always buy it at the German meat counter, so this is the word we usually use.