"Looking in the mirror, I do not see myself. I see a sick man. I see a tube coming out of my stomach. I do not see Armonty Bryant. "
As Rothstein writes, Bryant's schedule revolves around his treatment:" Wake up. Dialysis. Breakfast. Clean up. Dialysis. Clean, read or run FIFA or NBA2K. Dialysis. More cleaning, visitor or whatever. Kim is coming home. Dinner. Dialysis. Overnight.
ESPN describes Bryant's daily routine:
For 50 minutes, he sits in the bedroom in San Diego, who shares with his wife, Kim, connects the decision with a catheter that comes out of his belly. squeezes his body from the old solution that filters his blood, a step that takes 15 to 20 minutes, then he fills his belly with the new solution, ending a circle of peritoneal dialysis.
Bryant must repeat the process every four hours.
Bryant's wife, Kim, helps her husband seek a kidney donation. Bryant was diagnosed with the disease for the first time, and it is advisable that women do not donate a kidney until they decide to have completed their children. a list of transplants.