After all our efforts last night we couldn't control the pain at home. Alisa was admitted to Huntsman this morning around 11:00.
They are trying to get her comfortable, then we will decide what to do. They did another CT scan (not sure how different it will be from yesterday (not sure I want to know)
I think they will try and do the radio-frequency ablation today while she is here.
I am not sure what will happen, but I can't imagine going home today. I don't think they (nurses, doctors, etc) know either. Alisa asked one of our nurses how often people get admitted because of pain. He didn't say never, but I don't think it happens very often.
They have given Alisa a PCA, not sure what it stands for, but it allows her to push a button and get a dose of pain medication (strings attached, no overdosing, really only gives medication every 10 minutes) but still, it seems to be working, kind of (she just woke up telling me it still hurts)
On a positive note, we are back in the ICU at Huntsman where we stayed for 6 weeks 3 years ago for IL2 and we have lots of the same nurses. Alisa loves these nurses. They gave her a warm welcome and a hug as we came in.
I will try and keep you all updated. Thanks for the thoughts, prayers, offers to help. the show of love and support is overwhelming.