I am in pain and I am dying

My doctor said I had hypophysis and a blood test, and he prescribed an injection for a blood clot.

He told me he was worried that my blood pressure would be too high.

My doctor asked me what I wanted to do.

“You need to take a blood transfusion,” he said.

He took the needle out and started pumping.

My blood pressure dropped to 160 and then to 140.

My temperature dropped to 65 and then 65.

My pulse was in my left arm and my heart rate dropped.

I knew something was wrong.

I was taken to the hospital and they did tests.

My heart rate was up.

But then I went to sleep and it was very quiet.

My symptoms returned.

My breathing became labored.

I could feel the blood clot, but I could not feel my pulse.

My pain had returned.

The doctors prescribed anti-coagulants, and they put me on an IV drip.

They took blood samples and my blood sugar levels rose.

I had an IV.

The next day, my blood sugars shot up.

They called me back and told me I had a lot of blood in my veins.

I thought it was a test for diabetes, and I was given a dose of insulin.

Then I woke up with a fever.

My stomach was sore and my chest hurt.

I couldn’t move my arms or legs.

I lost consciousness.

I woke and my eyesight was bad.

I said, What the hell is going on?

Then I started feeling the blood.

I tried to open my eyes, but they kept shutting my eyes.

I felt lightheaded.

I began vomiting.

I vomited so much blood that it came out my nose.

I started bleeding everywhere.

I went into cardiac arrest.

I stopped breathing.

I passed out and was brought to the intensive care unit.

My doctors did blood tests and they said I have severe hypophysia, which is the lack of oxygen.

It is very rare.

I don’t have any blood in the veins.

My kidneys are failing.

I have a kidney disease called acute kidney failure.

I’ve been on dialysis and I have two kidneys.

I need a transplant.

I’m in a lot more pain than I was when I woke.

My kidney was going to fail.

They didn’t want to take the injection.

I asked why.

I told them I wanted a transfusion.

They said, You can’t.

My family has diabetes and the transplant would be a waste.

I want to give my son his father’s blood.

They were shocked.

The transplant was a blessing.

I wanted blood because I needed it to live, but it wasn’t going to happen.

I feel like I’m losing my health.

When I woke from cardiac arrest, I couldn, like, eat.

I didn’t know what to do because I couldn.

I cried for a long time.

The doctor put me in a room, which had to be ventilated, because I had blood clots in my lungs and I could bleed everywhere.

He put me back in the ICU and then gave me morphine.

I came out of the IC.

I can’t speak now.

I am still in shock.

I miss my son.

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