Moms Back in hospital

Mom is back in the hospital again.

I just had to call an ambulance for her. They came, and gave her oxygen and a nebulizer and then they took her in.

She’s been struggling since 4 PM this afternoon. Her right side of her lung, that is the one that has a collapse in it, well, she has a full feeling in that lung.

She is also having trouble taking in a deep breath.

I told her that I thought there could be fluid on her lung, so it was best to get it checked out.

She agreed, so she had me call the ambulance.

When the ambulance men came, they said her heartrate was up, her blood pressure was up, and her oxygen levels were down.

She’s in the right place now, hoping they will give her the right treatment, and she’ll have answers soon.

Meanwhile, I doubt I’ll sleep much tonight.

I’m very worried, as you’d expect.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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