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Mrs. Heather Roswell
10. October, 2016
Almost Didn’t Make It
Just think of going into the hospital to have your first boy child. Think of the joy you must have experienced :with the sound of those words coming out of the doctor mouth. When he said it’s a boy. Huh ? can you imagine that. It was the happiest day of my life. It was something I’ve been hopeful for a long time.
So imagine my surprise when it came time to have my bundle of joy. I was faced with the decision to keep my life, or my son life due to no fault of my own. It was the doctors simple mistake that left me with a life or death decision. I was totally floored: I had to call my family in to help with such a decision.
I was told that I have a bowl obstruction, and that only 5% of those patients survive. So my chances of survival very slim. The scariest day of my life. I didn’t know what to do at that exact moment I was numb. I couldn’t hear, see, feel, or speak. My only thought was how in the hell did this happen to me. This just can’t be happening to me. That what everybody think when a life changing event happen. Well that was mostly me guys. I had no time to think of my other children or my baby inside me. I had no time to make a decision because I was being rushed to surgery immediately if not sooner. As soon as the doctors heard my sister say go get the surgery I was wished away by medical staff to the O R that stands for Operating Room to our surprise I made it out just in time.