Some of it made my hair raise. I'm sure no one remembers me, but I was induced and had to have a hysterectomy because of a severe hemorrhage. The doctor told me that he had to induce because my amniotic fluid was low, but the hospital report says it was fine, but I am noticing a few odd numbers on my blood tests.
I knew I had a potassium level of 2.2 upon arriving, they managed to make it spike at 3.3 before inducing. ((not waiting for it to stabilize. Now I'm reading that my red blood cell count, hemoglobin count, and hematocrit count were all low, while my absolute neutrophils were high. Whenever I go to see what exactly this means eclampsia keeps popping up ((not pre-eclampsia, just eclampsia.)) Now I'm confused and scared, I don't know why the doctor lied to me, or why he didn't tell me my levels were off.
What happened to me in that hospital?
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