Got a busy-ish week, 2 engineers to come and repair things....the BT one coming tomorrow, a plumber to sort out our hot water pump which keeps running on even when switched off. No idea when he's coming, he just turns up when he's in the area! He's employed (and paid) by the landlord and is a nice bloke, it's just a bit inconvenient sometimes not knowing when he's coming, but that's the way they seem to work.
Got a small bit of shopping to do, and some food and a new bed to get for Betty, and then I need to have a morning making her some food to freeze. Husband has a couple of jobs to do for neighbours, I have some cards to make. And we have a family wedding on Friday, which I'm really looking forward to.
Husband's expecting a phone call from the GP today, with his latest wee test results from the lab. He took a sample in last week (he does most weeks), a quick dip test there and then showed the infection is still present. All the antibiotics he's been taking for months now don't seem to clear it up completely, they just keep it subdued. At least he's not getting the pain on peeing now, although it's still tingling and he still has the frequency issues. His CT scan results were a bit inconclusive, no 'nasties' visible (in the consultant's words), but he admitted that parts of his bladder and urethra are still not visible because of the grossly enlarged prostate, so it's impossible to be 100% certain. He said husband will probably need some treatment for his prostate, but didn't say what! The consultant (who husband has still yet to see) is going to discuss husband's problems with his colleagues at their next joint fortnightly meeting. We are both so totally fed up with all this uncertainty, we just wish that they would discover and tell us exactly what's wrong, it's so bloody frustrating not knowing and therefore not having a solution to husband's ongoing UTIs.
Nothing much changes for me, I'm still knackered from lack of sleep and putting up with back and hip pain, they're all constants now. Just keep plodding on! (or limping on).