So... I was hospitalized.
Nothing too serious though, I was sent to the ICU and isolated for 2 days because I also happened to have a fever and they wanted to be cautious. After I was stabilized, they moved me back to the general medical ward for a couple more days.
Anyways, lessons i took from this is:
★ It's ok to bother people if you're in pain
★ When you can't breathe, It's very ok to bother people.
★ My family apparently thinks I'm not in pain when I'm in pain
★ Don't play down not being able to breathe.
I think the proper diagnosis they put on me was " xxx triggered severe acute asthmatic episode"
The problem is that i've never had, and don't have asthma, so i didn't know I was having an 'asthmatic' attack, which I 'suffered' in silence for a good 18hrs before finally deciding that it was really kinda painful and went to the ER, where they rushed me in (usually I have to wait at least 3hrs to see a Dr.), and the Drs starting acting pretty panicked.
Apparently the Drs told my parents I could have died, but then again, the probability that I could die right now or any other day from an alien spaceship hurtling xxx mph towards me is about the same.
So no, I didn't feel close to death, no white light, tunnel or black hoodie man with scythe.
I'm not gonna be the stupid non-asthmatic person that died from asthma thank you very much.
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This is just a quick update for now, explaining to anyone who may care why I was gone for a while.
I WILL update this later and include all the fun-ness that is the ICU, but I'm finally home and I wanna catch up on everything.
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Again, Sorry and Thanks for missing me y'all.
Hope you're all healthy too.
And honestly, I'd be twittering if i was on my deathbed, so if you want to know when i'm actually alive or dead
★ --> twitter.com/2kiSeri7/ is the best way to make sure.