Thursday, February 18, 2010

Thank God for Guardian Angels!

Plight of the Guardian AngelImage by KM&G-Morris via Flickr

I haven't been blogging lately as an "old" condition of mine has been giving me a hard time. I know that because of Maya's health concerns I've been neglecting mine and now they are back with a vengeance...My problems are related to my womanhood so I am not very comfortable talking about them and boy, are they giving me grief or what...I am pretty concerned because usually this kind of problem ends with surgery and I have my issues with doctors, I don't exactly trust them...
And talking about not trusting doctors... When Maya's health problems started, aproximately one month and a half ago, I was very concerned and took her to the emergency room. There, they said her general state is good and send us home. I have it written black on white on the release papers we received there and they also wrote that she isn't dehydrated (based on what assuption, because they didn't do any tests, I have no idea). Well, surprise, surprise! Next day we were back after Maya had her first episode of convulsions and the urine test showed she was severely dehydrated!!! She was admitted and well, you know the rest. Oh, on top of everything, we have to pay for our first visit to the ER!!!!! 600 shekels, and that is a lot of money! Because they looked and her and send her home when she was very sick! Honestly, if they'll take the money I am thinking about suing. Because just isn't right! My baby-girl almost died because they didn't do their job properly and I have to say thank you and pay for it. NO WAY! And it is not the money, it is the principle.
Oh, this effing world is so buggered up! Doctors treat you like they'd treat an annoying fly and I say a "thank you" prayer to God every night because He saved my baby's life and not the bloody doctors!!!
I am upset, very upset...and I don't want to put myself willingly in the hands of some butcher so I don't know what to do...I am going to research every type of alternative medicine possible and go with it. My condition is not life-threatening and of course this problem would've been avoided if someone nice enough would've told me after I gave birth to Maya what I needed to do...
So, you see, doctors are on my Christmas list right now. Although I have a very good friend who is a doctor and the only HUMAN doctor I've known for a long time...He helps whenever he can and I am for ever grateful for this.The only person I would trust my life with at this moment is my acupuncturist, but he is an angel in disguise, so it doesn't count...
Thank God for guardian angels, otherwise we would be in trouble...
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4 comments:

angelguided said...

Hi I am new to your blog but felt drawn to you through mentioning guardian angels. I too do not have much faith in Doctors, they have their place in the old world and mean well, but I believe prayer can heal, or lead you to the help you need. I use crystals and ask for help from Archangel Raphael who is the physician of the Archangels. If I feel compelled to see I a doctor, I usually use my instinct in deciding whether to take the medication or not. I hope this helps :)

Alone in Holy Land said...

Thank you angelguided for your suggestions! I also do believe in the power of a prayer and in guardian angels...I also think that angels in disguise live among us, to help us deal with life's hardships...

Hevel said...

Serously, and people wonder why I drag my kids halfway through the world to their Hungarian doctors whenever possible. Not that Hungarian healthcare is world famous, but at least it works.

Take care of yourself!

StrawberryAnn said...

Doctors can be very arrogant but some are just overworked and tired. Nobody likes going to the docs but without them we had a lot less people on that planet!