Chapter 206: Critical Illness
She bought a hot drink at the convenience store downstairs of the inpatient department. After drinking it, she finally felt better. When she returned to the corridor upstairs, everyone was sitting, lying down, and asleep. In the safe passage, a young couple rolled up their bedding and slept by the stairs. The doctor repeatedly emphasized that she was not suitable for another blood transfusion. The hospital blood bank was actively transferring blood. The young mother was crying and collapsed on the ground, while the young father curled up in the corner of the corridor with his hands holding his head, not saying a word.
Purgatory on earth is nothing more than that.
She bought a few more bottles of hot drinks, walked to the stairs, and handed them to the young mother.
When the young mother saw the hot drink, her eyes finally focused. She took it from her hand and covered her chest tightly. She muttered to herself, “Thank you, thank you.”
“My baby likes to drink this drink the most, it tastes very milk.”
“I wonder if she will have a chance to drink it again in the future.”
Serena’s heart was sore, understanding the pain and despair of the young couple, because she was also experiencing these things at this time. Her mother was lying in the ICU, relying on oxygen every day to maintain her life, and the blood oxygen saturation dropped again and again. No matter how she prayed and begged God to let her go once, it was useless.
Her mother showed no signs of improvement, and the doctor had given her a critical illness notice for three days in a row. She asked herself countless times, why did it become like this? Why did her mother’s life, her life, become like this?
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There is no answer.
When her mother was rescued for the last time, she was lying in the door outside the operating room, praying quietly that as long as her mother could survive, she was willing to exchange her 20 or even 30 years of life for her mother’s life. If her mother died, she would have no meaning to
It was no use praying. The doctor in protective clothing waved his hand at her and bowed deeply to her in apology. At that moment, the color of heaven and earth was lost.
Regardless of the doctor’s objection, she rushed into the operating room and hugged her mother’s cold body. Her heart was cut like a knife, but she couldn’t shed a single tear.
Mom’s body was cold, and her already thin body was skinny after lying in the ICU for a week. She hugged her mother gently
“Wake up and take a look at me.”
“Say one more word to me, please, Mom.”
That night, he pushed her to the hospital in a wheelchair. He didn’t have time to say goodbye, and he didn’t have time to say a word. The pain in his heart was unbearable.
The people from the hospital morgue came and wanted to push Serena’s mother to the morgue, but Serena wouldn’t let them touch her.
“I know your sadness. I’m sorry for your loss. Please understand our work.”
“Your mother died of pneumonia caused by the flu. It is highly contagious and must be cremated immediately. This operating room must also be thoroughly disinfected.”
The staff was also helpless. Two people pulled her and forcefully pulled
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her away from her mother. No matter how hard she struggled, it didn’t work.
“Please cooperate with our work.” The other party shouted angrily and pulled her aside.
They are used to seeing life and death, and it is difficult for them to empathize with the families of patients.
To the family members, it was their own relatives, the relatives they were willing to exchange with their lives, but to the staff, it was just a corpse, a handful of ashes.
The joys and sorrows of human beings are indeed inseparable. Serena is heartbroken, while the other party just follows the process coldly.
She was pulled away, and the others quickly sprinkled water and disinfectant around her mother, and then pushed her to the morgue.
Looking at the hospital bed that Hula La left quickly, Serena was spinning around, feeling a black heart blood in her throat, and then fainted and passed out.
She thought that she might have caught the flu too, and her whole body was sore, like being roasted by fire.
Her head was clear, but she couldn’t wake up. She couldn’t open her Her mind was full of the last image of her mother leaving.
She shouted and woke up, and she suddenly sat up straight from lying down. There was an infusion tube in her hand, and the nurse next to her was registering something.
“36 degrees 5, the fever is gone.” The nurse glanced at the thermometer and said.
Serena only felt that her whole body was soaked, maybe it was sweating from the proceres of high fever and fever just now.
“How is my mother?” she asked the nurse.
“After you sign…” The nurse couldn’t bear to say the word cremation, only to say it later
“I’m waiting for you to sign over there, I’ll accompany you there.” Seeing that she had always been alone, the nurse sympathized with her.
Serena was silent, wanting to hide, not wanting to face this cruel reality. The nurse did not force her, but still recorded something beside her, raising her head from time to time to ask her questions.
“When was your last period?”
Serena looked up at her, confused.
“You are pregnant. What is the date of your last menstruation? I will register it for you.”
The nurse looked at her pale face and was shocked to the point of aphasia, thinking, another woman with a story.
Last menstrual period?
In the past two months, life and work have had too many twists and turns, and too many changes, so that she didn’t care about it at all.
“It’s been two months…” she answered the nurse’s question.
She and Penn have always been very careful to avoid pregnancy. She has just started her career, and she is not ready to be a mother. On this point, Penn respects her very much, and when she is in love, she will be careful to insist on wearing it. Only a few times, because I was too invested,
when it was over, I found that the contraceptive sleeve slipped off…
“The fetus is about three months old, you can go to the obstetrics and gynecology department to set up a file.” The nurse told her the answer after counting.
Serena touched her stomach unconsciously, not knowing whether she was sad or happy for a while.
The sad thing is that this child came at the wrong time. As soon as he was born, he was destined to have no father. The happy thing is that
everything seems to be doomed in the dark. As soon as her mother left, she became pregnant. Maybe this is what mom means? Find someone to accompany her.
If that’s the case, then mom, come into my belly, be my daughter, and let me take good care of you.
It must have been like this, because her mother was afraid that she would be lonely and accompanied her in another way.
She cried and laughed like a madman, and the nurse didn’t know how to comfort her when she saw her like this.
“Can you buy me a cup of milk?” She begged the nurse to take care of her body and wait for her mother to be her daughter.