Mom is back in hospital

So this morning at 5 AM mom woke up with a lot of pain in her lung. It was really sore. She rang my sister, who rang an ambulance. She was taken to hospital by ambulance at 8:15 this morning. The ambulance crew put on their emergency sirens and blue lights all the way there, as they thought her lung was going to collapse again.

Right now Mom is waiting to see a doctor. The ambulance crew gave her morphine for the pain, which made her very groggy. The pain in her lung is really bad.

She’s also waiting for an x-ray on her lungs.

And she is waiting too for blood results as she had bloods taken.

Please pray for her. I’d really appreciate it.

I’m very very worried about her.

If I get any more updates throughout the day I’ll post more.

Right now, it’s just a waiting game.

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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