A&E

October 12, 2016

This wasn’t a good sign…. Vomiting everywhere, sleeping in bed for nearly 20 hours a day. I had no energy. It felt like everything was going downhill. My doctors told me if there were any complications at home to come to A&E straight away and tell them I was a patient from D4. Once you become a Cardiac patient at Queen Mary hospital, you’re usually looked after by the same doctors, the ones who know your medical history super well. 

 

I reached A&E and I saw the general doctor straight away. He said he read a bit through my medical history and saw that I was discharged about a week ago. He said that I might’ve eaten the wrong foods and that everything else looked stable. I tried to act my strongest infront of the doctors because (honest it sucks to say but) I’ve developed a phobia of doctors. Every-time I see a doctor at a hospital they somehow manage to admit me for one problem or the other. 

 

I did a blood test, everything came out fine and the doctor told me to go home and rest. I somehow felt that there was something slightly off about that but he’s a doctor, so I thought everything would be fine. I went home and went straight back to bed. 

 

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