Guys, just two hours or so ago, I came under attack. All over a sudden I experienced a pain so intense in my upper chest area/abdomen that I honestly felt I was going to die. It was unrelenting and it just threw me to the ground. I couldn’t catch my breath. There I was screaming in a pool of sweat and calling out to God to save me because I have never felt anything like it before. I was scared that my time had come but I pleaded God not to take me on His day of resurrection. My dh quickly called 911 and then called my parents. My parents reassured him that they would be on their knees praying and would check back soon.
The pain just kept getting worse and oh I couldn’t wait for help to arrive. I wondered what was taking them forever. About 5 minutes later we heard the siren outside and I felt this huge relief come over me. Phew! Dh gingerly assisted me to the door. We noticed they were all wearing N95 masks. They were a bit hesitant to approach us because of the pandemic so we limped along towards the van. They asked us a few questions whether we’ve been in isolation or outside of the country. I had to admit that I work in a healthcare setting so they promptly handed me a mask.
They proceeded to put me on a stretcher and then nothing short of a miracle happened. The pain was gone! Wow! I sincerely believe it was my parents’ prayers which brought God on the scene. I went from a 10/10 severe, crushing pain to NOTHING.
Praise the Lord. I don’t take it for granted, that’s why I’m here to tell you the good news. Asanteni.
This is the second time in the last few weeks you’ve shared on your health concerns. The last time you feared you might have contracted the Corona virus and were to undergo drive-through testing. I hope that fear was put to rest.
I am happy today’s incident ended well though updates ni muhimu.
[li]Did the crew proceed to take you to hospital or did you turn right back ?[/li][li]How are you doing now?[/li][/ul]
A lot of us follow very keenly your dispatches on health matters, especially because they relate to real-life situations … and you sound so very knowledgeable.