Two years ago my husband became ill four times I took him to the ER and we were sent home a few days later he collapesed in the morning,I took him back to the ER and told them that something was very wrong, they quickly took him to ICU where they told me that his gallbladder had gone septic and that he was in organ faliuire It was touch and go, he was in the hospital for a month, two weeks into his stay I went in for a hesterectamy. I was released the next day and went straight to the ER, my right leg was in pain I was told it was restless leg syndrome,even though I kept going back and complaining the did'nt know or do anything until me toes started to die. when my husband left the hospital he could not walk and was a skeleton.My sister came and got us and brought us to California we were taken to the hospital straight off the freeway, two weeks later I lost my leg, and a month and half later my husband died.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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