Good morning, I had to call 911 around seven last night. Mom is having some complications from the core biopsy she had yesterday. My mom has a very high tolerance for pain and when she told me I needed to call 911, I knew something was very wrong.
She was complaining of severe pain, light headedness, nausea, sweats and feeling faint. She looked so pale and grey. I was worried she was going to pass out on me.
The police officer and two EMT’s were very nice. Unfortunately the ER was packed to the point people were waiting in the hallways. The doctors and nurses took great care of mom but it was just a very long night. The doctor informed us that during the procedure they nicked a blood vessel and it has caused a hematoma. The doctors want us to keep a close eye on her and make sure there are no new symptoms or changes. We didn’t get her home until about 3:30am.
My sister and I didn’t get very much rest and both had to be at work early this morning. I rested for about an hour or so and got up for work. I didn’t have time to shower or even wash the makeup off my face, from the day before. I quickly changed my clothes, combed my hair, brushed my teeth and ran out the door.
I truly am thankful to work for such a great company. Everyone is very caring and understanding. I was only able to stay at the office for about two hours. I didn’t want my mom to be home alone for long. Mom also, has a doctor appointment today, to make sure nothing has changed.
I’m still very worried and concerned. She looks very weak and tired. She hasn’t eaten very much. She keeps complaining the she is sick to her stomach. I tried to get her to drink a Shakeology shake but she only had a few sips.
Today has been a rough day with the Ultimate Reset.
We saw the nurse and radiologist from yesterday and they were both so sweet and very helpful. They examined mom as much as they could. The said the incision is clear and doesn’t look infected but are still concerned since the breast is very swollen and warm to the touch. They decided to call and get mom an appointment with the specialist right away. We are headed there now.
It’s about 1:15. Mom and I have been patiently waiting to see the doctor. We are both so exhausted that the waiting feels like an eternity. I really feel for mom. She keeps saying, “I just want to go home and sleep”. I wish I could fix this and make all of her pain go away. It’s crazy how fast life changes. I woke up yesterday with positive thoughts, while telling myself everything will be ok. Now, I’m sitting in an exam room, praying again that everything will be ok.
The nurse took her blood pressure and it’s pretty low. It’s usually high so now I’m even more concerned. Well, they have decided to admit her into the hospital to keep an eye on her. She also might be having surgery tomorrow. We are waiting for the ultrasound results and then we will know more.
Today has been a rough day with the Ultimate Reset. I have only had my morning supplements, breakfast, and my detox drink. I’m running out of water that I brought with me. I also haven’t eaten lunch and am due for my next supplements. I know it’s not very important right now but I want to continue through this journey. I only have 9 days left. Mom obviously had to put her’s on hold right now. She hasn’t taken any supplements today.
With being so stressed, worried and tired, all I want to do is eat bad food. I know my body isn’t craving it, my mind is. Bad foods always helps us feel better and lifts our spirits but it doesn’t do us any good in the long run.
It’s been a very long day. It’s just about 5:30 and mom is just about settled into her hospital room. They are still running a bunch of tests and won’t decide on surgery until the morning. I still haven’t eaten a full meal today but I was lucky the cafe had mixed nuts and a small green apple. I had no choice but to buy a bottle of water. I know it’s not distilled but it’s better than nothing.
What I really want is a big huge slice of pizza or two! I love pizza but I most likely wouldn’t even feel good after.
I want to thank everyone for all of your prayers, messages and love you’ve given for my mom. It means a lot to us. I really do believe that praying works. Thank you.