My poor mom is going through the wars

They gave my mom morphine today after her surgery. It didn’t agree with her at all.

She’s been throwing up for the last hour.

They called a doctor to come see her.

The doctor prescribed antisickness meds.

It looks as if the morphine just doesn’t agree with her at all. She said she doesn’t think she’ll take any more of it.

I am hoping the staff can give her something less severe for the pain.

She really needs to sleep, but she’s afraid to go to sleep.

She’s also very emotional.

I know though if I were in her position, I’d be emotional too.

Hec I’m a bit of an emotional mess as it is!

I wish I could do more. All I can do is ring the hospital for information about her.

Me and my sister have been taking turns to call them.

Hopefully she’ll have a good night, and get some much needed rest.

She badly could do with some sleep, she’s totally exhausted.

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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