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Day 16 in a series: “COMING OFF DIALYSIS”


MRSA


The tissue sample tested positive for MRSA, better known as the “flesh-eating disease”. Medical advances have made substantial inroads towards addressing the problem of MRSA. I was given a course of powerful medication over the next few weeks, and the infection cleared up. Ultimately, it was determined that peritoneal dialysis was not an appropriate course of action for me. I would continue going to dialysis at a local facility.


I COME OFF DIALYSIS


When I originally started to go to dialysis they told me this would be my life now: 3 days a week at dialysis; 3 1/2 hours for each session. I told them I would be healed; that I was determined that I would be normal. I would beat this.


Only 2% of people come off dialysis. Kidneys rarely heal. Yet. on December 16, 2022 I was informed that I would join the 2% of people who inexplicably (“miraculously?”) recover from kidney disease.


“MINI COVID”


In June of 2022, I was diagnosed with Omicron (”mini-covid”) as an associate of mine calls it.) I tested positive at my doctors office, and put on a 10 day quarantine. I was put on paxlovid and healed over the next few days.


NEXT TIME: DAY 16: "EPILOGUE"


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Nick is the Vice-Chancellor of Amherst Theological Seminary, and he has a D. Min. from Amherst Theological Seminary. He has his MA from Liberty University in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the author of the book: "The Walk Applied: Living the New Creation Life as a Citizen of God's Kingdom in a Secular World". He has also written "The Fasting and Prayer Handbook". Nick has been married to Kathy since 1985, and hey are the proud parents of 3 children.


Contact Nick at nick.marica@srcministry.org

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