I was very close to death: WEEK 143

in Weekend Experienceslast year (edited)
Hi everyone at Hive, special Jan in this community @weekend-experiences, hoping that your weekend is being excellent, I'm here again because my friend @yolimarag was my reminder to participate in the initiative of our friend @galenkp .


In January 2016, I remember that I had a few weeks of drumming, I went in in the morning and left at night, I spent more time at work than at home, that last week I started to have some symptoms, like cold, when no one else had it, my lips started to dry and crack and it really didn't take I gave importance, I was so immersed in my duties that it kept me more busy than worried.

After several weeks of hard work without getting off work, my long-awaited day off arrived, although this was only at work, I get up like every morning, I make breakfast, I remember that it was a delicious oatmeal that my little son wanted, and the lunch that my ex-partner would take for his workday, and I was getting ready to start washing our dirty clothes, but I was so cold that I decided to lie down for a while longer.


At 8:00 a.m. I woke up with severe pain in my stomach, with vomiting and diarrhea, and that's how the morning went by. At 10:00 a.m., I had made those evacuations so many times that I felt like I was fainting. I felt like I was dying, even my clothes bothered me, my little son called his dad to come get me and take me to the doctor.

It was a desperate moment, I felt that he was dying, in fact I said goodbye to my son, I told him that he had to behave well, to forgive me for leaving him so small, he called his father more insistently, but until his father signed the permit, he could not leave the facilities, once at home, he took me to the nearest hospital, when the people at the door arrived they ran towards us with a wheelchair, the doctor saw me urgently, he sent me to perform some tests, but his diagnosis was appendicitis.


We went to a clinic to perform an echo to confirm, and I wouldn't stop vomiting, and it was true it was appendicitis and we had to operate, the insurance did not cover the operation, so I decided to take me to the nearest assistance center, each time I felt worse, I thought I was close, I asked God to put a good doctor in my path, When I got to the emergency room, the doctors bullied me more than a ball, until finally someone evaluated me, they repeated the tests, they gave me a sedative, which did not calm me down at all, until finally, the surgeon arrived, and when evaluating me He sent me to change since the operation had to be NOW, that when it was ready, that they take me up to the operating room, that he would be preparing everything.

They put the surgical gown on me, my mom looked for an orderly and when he saw me he asked what he was calling for, and my mom told her that they had to bring me up, the man told her that they had not told him anything about that and he left. was, even while dressed in the implement for the operation, He left me there, after 5 minutes the doctor went down to see what was happening with me, my mom informed him and he brought me up himself.


My mother tells me that after the operation, she asked about my relatives and told her that I was recovering, that the operation was a success, but at the time of opening my appendix it was strangling me, and I throw out some liquid, I had to stay there for several days for observation.

Thank God I'm still here today, although I really felt death very close, but God placed the doctor I asked for and he prevented me from ceasing to exist, plus I still have work to do. This was my participation in Weekend-Engagement: WEEK 143, I invite @proymet and @lorenabeltran to participate. Blessings 🙏🏽🤗💖

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Thank God it didn't go any further my friend, I'm glad you're ok, even though it was a big scare if it was already strangled, God has his purpose with you 🤗.

That's right, God has a purpose with me and I ask for clarity to know how to recognize it. I love to see your visit and your comment and thank you for reminding me to participate. Blessings dear @yolimarag 🙏🏽🤗💖

Your death is not necessary this is why you're still here to tell all the stories. Live long and be healthy.

That's how I think, they didn't need me on the other plane, and that's why I am a testimony of my suffering, Thank you very much for your visit and comment. Blessings 🙏🏽🤗💖

Keep making impact.

I've assisted the surgery of about 3 appendicitis cases. Non of them were pretty...there was one that was ruptured in a little boy who was playing football with the pain.

Sorry you had to go through all of that because of a vestigial organ. For a structure that has no function in humans it sure does know how to stress people out.

I'm glad you made it through alive. Hope you are having a nice weekend?

I know pain, appendicitis can say that it exceeds that of childbirth, it really is a pain that I would not wish on anyone, poor boy, and how brave he was to play soccer even with that pain.

And I really feel that God gave me another opportunity, since here I lack projects to accomplish.
Thank you very much for your visit and for such a comforting comment. I also hope your weekend is excellent 🙏🏽🤗

Yeah poor and boy.

I'm having a nice weekend too...

Woohoo🥺🥺😱that must have been a sad moment for your son.
I really thank God for your health and how successful the operation went.
But where there any signs and symptoms you ignored before then?

Yes, it was a moment of anguish for my little son, and my symptoms were the cold I felt, perhaps I had an internal fever that I could not distinguish due to my rhythm at work, in addition to the obvious dryness on my lips. Thank you for the visit and for the coment. Blessings🙏🏼🤗❤️

You were lucky that they operated quickly, there are so many cases in which people lose their lives because they did not receive surgery on time. A big hug 🤗

If the doctor had not gone looking for me, I would have been one of those many people who did not tell it, thank God that he put it in my path, I was also lucky that there were even medications during my days under observation. Thanks for the visit and the comment dear @irenenavarroart. Blessings 🙏🏼🤗❤️

Gracias a Dios primeramente porque ya estas bien. Porque lograron operarte oportunamente, y todo transcurrió bien. Espero que tengas pronta recuperación y te cuides mucho. Saludos y abrazos @cochanet.

Yes, thank God I am alive and with a new opportunity to grow and advance in my goals and to mend what was wrong. Thanks for your visit friend @pnessy. God bless you greatly 🙏🏽🤗💖