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  1. #11
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    Glad to hear you are home, Rollo! I'm sure it will take some time before you start to feel normal again, but I will pray that the healing process goes quickly! xo

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    Update I went back to hospital last night for shortness of breath, they gave me 4 unts of blood and a plerual tap to remove fluid from the lungs. I am home again.

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    Wow, Rollo! You have been through so much - glad to hear you are home again. ((hugs))
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    Update I went back to hospital last night for shortness of breath, they gave me 4 unts of blood and a plerual tap to remove fluid from the lungs. I am home again.

    Ugh, rollo! Accumulating fluid once your chest tubes are removed is unfortunately a relatively common complication, but why on earth did you get FOUR units of blood?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blade View Post
    Ugh, rollo! Accumulating fluid once your chest tubes are removed is unfortunately a relatively common complication, but why on earth did you get FOUR units of blood?!
    When I was under they severed the carotid artery, maybe this helped to make it harder for me to breathe. I felt ok yesterday in the hospital with the oxygen but fragile today. When in hospital they gave me a blood pressure tablet which lowered my BP to 50 so they did a lot of fussing over me plus put in a lot of saline solution fast.

    My air is only 94 yesterday they wanted 96 but let me come home anyway.

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