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knowledge over personal experience

Updated on June 11, 2015

the precious me

Yes , a simple pucking might lay you on the bed in the hospital. Here's my personal experience which happened to some one close to me .

Every thing was aright suddenly he vomited ... he vomited every thing what ever he sipped on and had a bite.he became weak ,was loosing his strength. He was rushed to the hospital . After the ct scans , ultrasonography,certain tests the doctors said he had the intestinal tubes fused because of the long term medications he was taking as he already had 2 operations done for kidney transplantation. They told he need to operated for it . He was operated ..a week he stayed in the hospital but of no use .. He didnot recover .. his condition was becoming worse day by day . Then the doctors say he has to shifted to other hospital as the furter treatment would not be affordable for him . The day he was shifted to other hopsital they admitted him in the emergency unit and treated with utmost care, he was tapped for some fluid, kept him under iv fluids, nasal cannulas. The doctors had to do one more emergency operation as he had a mass in the large intestine that was obstructing the passage of stools. The operation was for about 5 long hours in the night . They said the operation was succesful, we can tell anything after 48 hrs . Every ones heart started beating high , was tensed, tears rolled upon every ones cheecks.the time passes by.The hours hand in the clock is moving slow ;one minute was like one week for us.The sister came out and said, You can see him.Hes shifted to icu. The great mans will power that nothing could happen to him ... He came in to consiousness with in 6 hrs ..he want to see his family .. he want to take care of his 8 yr old and 5 year old little kids .

THE QUESTION ARISES HERE why the doctors in the previous hospital was careless ., why he had to be operated twice ??didn't they know before that he had and intestinal obstruction also ?? wer they doing it just to earn money or serve people?? If its just to earn money then what about the hippocrates oath they do while taking the graduation degree.?? why the two hospitals were so different ??

THERE'S ONE MORE MODALITY HERE EVERY NEEDS A NOTICE ON what if the person wasnot taken to the hospital thinking that its just vomiting and if he was treating with house hold remedies like drinking lemonaid or taking self medication like vomistop ,domperiodon etc . life is very percious never ever play with your life either it is big or small don't lead them to complications. ones willpower is more important to recover . you shouldnot be depressed, when you are the backbone of your family you should become strength of them but not the weakness... last but not the least never pity yourself..


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