My son passed on july 29th 2020 just turned 25 he was diagnosed on monday 26july passed suddenly 29th july it was horrific to say the least and even worse turned of his machine b4 i got to say goodbye the nhs has so much to answer for i got his medical records and see way to much they did wrong overdosed him which caused cardiac arrest i knew nothing at all wasnt allowed to be with him b coz of lockdown my loss my pain is worsening daily im lost im confused unanswered question my journey is and has been sheer hell and dont no what to do !
I’m so sorry to be reading about the passing of your son, it’s heartbreaking.
12th July 2020 I had my heart torn out when my beautiful 17 year old daughter was taken from me. I believe the government and the NHS most definitely have a lot to answer for. My daughters hospital appointments had been changed to video calls and they completely stopped her regular blood tests as they said she was doing well, how you can tell this on a video call I don’t bloody know! The medication she was taking had blood clot as a possible side effect. She passed away from cardiac arrest caused by a clot on her lung. But of course they are saying the 2 things aren’t linked. I’m completely broken but having to carry on as I have other children and a grandson. I have no words to help you as I feel the same as you but I hope you find some support on here.
Exactly a year after my daughter was taken from me my cousin who is one of my closest friends was also taken. Again let down by the NHS as they refused to see her face to face when she was complaining of different pain, even though she had previously been diagnosed with cancer and was in remission. By the time they agreed to see her it was too late the cancer had spread. She has left behind 3 children. So while Boris and the rest of them were partying we were losing our loved ones and I can’t help but feel so bitter angry about it all !!!
I have only been on here a few days but it seems to be helping me express my emotions a bit more x
Oh Keren I am so so sorry for your loss. I can feel your pain. My son passed away in an accident on October 2, 2021. It took me a long time to get out of denial and deali with the pain. It is horrendous. I work it’s a good distraction, but I still carry the hurt the pain the grief with me. I have been grieving now for about 3 months and I cry every morning and sometimes in the evening. It’s a terrible thing to have to go through and some days you think you’re not going to make it through, but you will. What I try to think about is the saying this shall to pass, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t hard. We are all going down this road together and hopefully this site will give you some comfort and some peace. Take care.
I’m so very sorry to hear about your awful, painful loss. You have every right right to be feeling angry and let down by the NHS. I lost my daughter in January and I’ve been on here about 6 weeks or so. It is a relief to have people who get it to talk to. We’re all grieving and prop each other up and share our experiences and feelings. It’s a help to me and I hope it is the same for you. X