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|Posted on July 25, 2014 at 11:33 AM||comments (44)|
Well, this has been one of the worst times in my life. While I have had many trials and tribulations throughout my life this last 6 months sorta takes the cake. Working for yourself and having no health insurance really takes a toll. I went in for surgery on June 19th in Savannah, the Doctor released me on June23rd. I had a leak in the fluid that surrounds your brain and spinal cord, no idea as to how it happened, no evidence of trauma, just happened spontaneously. The Doctor had to go into my nose to repair the leak. I think in retrospect I should not have been released but I was ready to get home.
A few hours after I returned home I started acting strange, my wife called the squad and while they were at my home I had what appeared to be a seizure. They rushed me to the Brunswick hospital and kept me there a few days, gave me an MRi and apparently I had developed a brain abscess after the surgery. So they took me back to Savannah and did more surgery on my nose and then kept me in the hospital in Savannah through July 10th. I was freaking miserable. I was put on heavy duty antibiotics to hopefully shrink the abscess. The allowed me to go home with a PICC line and my wife would deliver IV antibiotics 3 times a day. One of the treatments was 2 hours the other 2 were only 30 minutes. Nevertheless it has been a huge strain on both of us this entire time. We saw the Doctor yesterday and they confirmed the abscess had disappeared and I was cleared to come off the antibiotics.
I am feeling much better, still am having a problem with taste and smell but at least I am back to work.
I apologize to all of my customers past, present and future for any delays I may have caused them. I can assure you I am back to my regular schedule now and should be able to handle any and all of your computer needs. Thank you for your patience and understanding through this difficult time. Praise the Lord.