We arrived there and she looked a whole lot better to them. The rash on her body was worse, but her fever was down. They had a whole team of infectious disease doctor staff in her room at one point. They never saw anything like this so I guess it was for research purposes.
They would not allow us to leave to grab some lunch because until they got the blood work back they had fear that she would be spreading something around. We were sort of being quarantined. Her blood counts were not so good from Saturday, so they needed to be sure that those numbers came back up. Good news is that they did come up some! Praise God! But the frustrating part is that they have no idea what it is. We are to keep watching her and documenting. They will keep checking in on us each day with our detailed findings.
I did try to tell them about the things I was doing naturally to help her and they said it would be of no help to us and that it 'won't hurt' but that there is no quantitative research on such practices. I do think we had a breakthrough from prayer, God's power, and to Him I give all glory! Also using natural things that He created is also something I can thank Him for!
We are all quite exhausted and Megan is not feeling well but I think just this day was just too much for her and gave her a small setback. I think within a few days she will be back to normal. It just takes time. And a lot of prayer. Thank you to all that have been instrumental in God's healing toward my daughter. I appreciate it more than I can even find words to say. It brings tears to my eyes just knowing there are so many people who love and care that much to pray! Megan has been very touched by the tremendous amount of prayers coming her way. She says thank you so much! God bless you all!