This blog features information about recognizing early signs of a pending heart attack in men.
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“we’ll monitor him thgniot and do something in the morning.” All this despite the fact that he was in agony, his midsection was grossly bloated, and he was cold and clammy. Oh, by the way, he was also mentally handicapped, a fact that I believe played a big part in the staff’s cavalier attitude.Despite my mother’s protestations (she was utterly beside herself by the time they finally decided to admit him), they did nothing for him except sign the paperwork to have him admitted. Within the next hour he was dead. My cousin walked in to find him blue and not breathing. They coded him but he was gone.The autopsy revealed that he died from sepsis. The impaction had ultimately burst.How could they possibly have missed such blatant signals, with your case as well as my brother’s?Sadly, what I learned from my brother’s case, which was reaffirmed by your case, was that we have to be STRONG advocates for ourselves and our loved ones.Thanks again for sharing your story!
I like your explination of this very pafiunl condition, iam suffering pain now, it seems more from the hip area down L/leg, not so much from back iam seeing a chiro. Now, thank you
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