Hey Silent scream,
I hear you...I am crying for you...this time last year as many of the members remember, I had an 18 year old who was seriously ill. I saw all her dreams fading. I took her myself to her university to drop all classes. She was so ill, we were told that she might not make it. Holding her in pain. Was terrible. On top of that, I have Lupus...it i was clear that she has something autoimmune, but what.
Well she did recover and is doing ok now.I still find myself waiting for the other shoe to drop but she it moving on. She has had some recurring pain but nothing like the nightmare of last year.
Perhaps your daughter will come out of this flare-up and go into remission for years. Some on here have done just that. It is great that she has such a loving father and I can assure you, it is a comfort.
Being a parent is so hard and I personally believe that it is easier to be the person in pain than watch someone we love be in pain.
Know this...I have you and your beautiful daughter in my prayers.
I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep.......Robert Frost