A little over a week ago, Lenny Meister, 37, told me she ended up in the emergency room with excruciating pain.
She said: – I’ve never felt this much pain before, so I’d rather dislocate my knee again than feel the cramping pain in my neck, which feels like torture.
The next day it got even worse, and Meister had a CRP of 320. By comparison, it is usually less than 10 in healthy people. All of the above indicate infection, according to NHI.
So she was admitted to rickshawspitality, where she received intravenous antibiotics. Meister tells Dagbladet that she has an inflamed boil on her neck.
– I had a new ultrasound today where they tried to get some pus and work out, see if she was mature enough for surgery, but she wasn’t, like she said last week.
Now Meister shares some good news.
crying with joy
“Now I’m starting to laugh after I cut off contact with the doctor. My CRP is 8,” she wrote on Instagram Stories on Monday, and continued:
“Thank God! From CRP 320 last week to hospitalization for intravenous antibiotics, to CRP 8 nine days later is amazing! It shows the antibiotics are working and I now have 100 percent off byllbert.
On Tuesday, she shared another update with her Instagram followers. There she can say she still has some pain, but sticks to painkillers like Paracet, so she can drive.
Dagbladet was unable to obtain comment from Linni Meister.
– difficult process
Despite the fact that Meister is on the road to recovery, the past week has undoubtedly been a strain on both body and mind. When Dagbladet spoke to her last week, it kept her spirits up.
– Although it is a painful and difficult process, I know that this is in my best interest and that I am in good hands at Rikshospitalet. She said they are wonderfully professional and nice here.
Meister was surrounded by family and friends all the time, but he didn’t hide that he was tough.
Being in such a fragile situation puts things into perspective. I try to be in good spirits and think positive.
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