10.11.2011

Victoria eventually came out of theatre at around 2am this morning, after a long and relatively complicated surgery. She is now in Intensive Care on a ventilator, whilst her new lungs settle and her body rests. Four years of struggle must have taken an incredible toll on Tor's body, and it's no wonder she needs a good sleep!
As you can imagine, transplant surgery is enormous and the recovery process slow, but she's cleared the first hurdle in the journey.
Her incredible family are of course waiting with baited breath, and by her side every step of the way.
Presume that no news is good news at this stage, and that her body will take its time to re-gather ready for the fight ahead.
Please keep Tor and her family in your thoughts and prayers.

Jess x

11 comments:

  1. I am so happy that she finally got the lungs, but sad for the person that gave them. I hope Tor starts to show progress soon, we all know how much of a fighter she is! xx

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  2. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful news!

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  3. I can't believe the wait is over after so long, and so many disappointments. I keep thinking of Tor, of her family and friends, and of her donor and their family. There is so much love and hope being felt for her across the country, if we could will her well we would.

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  4. I have been checking this page all morning with baited breathe. So glad she is through the first hurdle and im in no doubt that Tor will see this all through with a smile on her face.
    Lisa

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  5. Thank you for keeping us informed. Sending best wishes and positive thoughts to Tor.
    Giving hope to all those who put up with CF day in day out.
    Well done the transplant team and the amazing donor family. xxxxxxxxxxx

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  6. That's wonderful news. I am rooting for her all the way from Canada. Best wishes :)

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  7. Woo hoo!! Thank God for the person who gave her the lungs. Will keep praying.

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  8. So glad that all has gone well:) I am hoping she will make a swift recovery and will be back to blog about her experience very soon
    Mark

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  9. God bless. You are in my prayers.

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  10. Thyank you yet again for keeping us informed. Still praying and so thankful that shge has got past the first immediate step.
    Love to you, Tor.
    J xxx

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  11. I've been following Tori's blog for sometime now and was pleased to read that she has at last received the transplant she has been waiting for.

    My thoughts are with her and her family at this moment in time.

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