November 27th 2006
The Albany VA Hospital gave him the instructions about drugs…they did not tell me he will need my help after his release to manage the drugs…so I discovered
the hard way this morning because Ashley started to have problems, real problems…so I ran in the kitchen and gave him a triple dose of lactulose!! (it is what they did at the Intensive Care Unit when he was in coma, they gave him intensive doses of lactulose through his nose so I knew it was safe)…I know Ashley is very intelligent and that’s why I was letting him managing the drugs but I realized even if you are a genius, (Ash had a IQ of 169) if you are weak then you can not manage that….The ammonia was hitting the brain again…you need to recover first…and then you can manage your drugs…Ashley is sooooooo tired because he was having nausea for three hours (from about 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and I JUST realized to have nausea in his case means his ammonia level is high….
In fact, the Albany VA hospital did another mistake – Ashley was on absolutely NO SALT DIET and now one of his drugs IS SALT BASED because his system lacked it too much…(so don’t ask me what to understand from what the Albany VA medical center is doing…they sure don’t know themselves, so…) by the way, I am sooooo glad and happy I don’t have to beg a nurse to give him lactulose anymore…I knew it is what he needed this morning and if I would go to the hospital, I WOULD MOST LIKELY HAVE TO BEG FOR LACTULOSE UNTIL ASHLEY WOULD BE AT LEAST IN COMA OR MAYBE DEAD…all I have to do is to give him…THANK GOD !!!!
Yes, the reason I didn’t run to the VA hospital is I know there is a big likelihood
I would have to beg for lactulose until he would be in coma like it happened before at the Albany VA Hospital – I had to beg Diane M Ehmann and he had to go coma at the Intensive Care Unit to get his lactulose like I was requesting.
Update December 31st 2013:
Ash was released on November 24th and turned yellow on November 27th and his arms and legs were shacking, which was a sign his liver was shutting down 3 days after being released from the Albany VA Medical Center. Even though I did not trust the hospitals anymore, I had to call the ambulance because it was very hard for me to see Ashley in this state, I could not take it anymore to see him that weak and he could not eat and his kidneys were on their way to shut down and the dialysis was not even offered by Dr. Nimesh Desai like I already explained previously.
So I was the third woman becoming a widow even though I was sad for Mrs. Abrahamsen because he died simply because they did not bring the oxygen tank on time so he had time to end up at the ICU in coma and die there but it turned out that I was becoming a widow myself.