The script in ‘Black’ relate to the sixth afternoon after I was admitted into St Helier Hospital and it’s what I sent out to my family.
Is there anyone who is completely normal, in all respects, in this world of ours?
Well, as far as being tested for the reasons I was admitted into St Helier Hospital, after being in there from early Friday morning being the 3rd of April 2020 to Wednesday afternoon being the 8th of April 2020, all of my Vital Signs Readings were coming up normal…
…except for one!
So, today, this is mainly about me thinking:
“I Hope I’m Alright,
As The Doctor,
(Being Doctor Morgan)
Looks Very Concerned,
Or Is He Simply Being Thorough?”
You know how it is whenever you go for some sort of medical right?
After the medical team or professional concerned looks at the notes and then looks at you, don’t you often feel like asking something like:
“Am I Normal?”
“Am I Okay?”
“Am I Well?”
“Will I Live?”
You’ll find the timelines go in and out and back and forth but stay with me, stick with me, as everything will come together, as the main aim of this site is to help you and your loved ones deal with the COVID-19 and give your life (back) to CHRIST, whether COVID-19 comes a knocking at your door or not!
Wednesday 8th April 2020 – Day Six In St Helier Hospital
I have undergone tests which produced the following actions and results:
- I’m COVID-19 Negative (After Having Two Tests, Being A Double Negative)!
- I’m Off The Oxygen!
- I’m Off The Saline Antibiotics!
- My CT Scan Came Up Clear (Where There Was No Shadowing Or Blood Clots)!
- The Pneumonia, Is Down To A Bubble!
- My Bloods Came Up Normal (Where I Am Also Fully Oxygenated)!
- My ECG Test Came Up Normal (My Heart Is Good)!
- My Thyroid Test Came Up Normal
- But My Heart Rate Is 120bpm Where It Should Be Between 60 And 100bpm
So apparently I have a very fast and very, very strong heartbeat!
As for everything else, there is nothing wrong with me but with a fast heart rate one is at risk of passing out!
I can feel I need to continue working on my breathing as there is still a tightness in my chest – however – it is getting looser on each session of breathing.
With the fast Heart Rate, they wish to observe me for one more day where I was going to be released…
…since all the tests came out as normal, bar my Heart Rate, they felt it best to keep me in for one more night (and I was hoping it would be one more night, even though I wasn’t upset that I wasn’t going home today), where they kept on apologising for not letting me go home, where I said:
Let’s Get Everything Shipshape
And Let’s Find Out Why My Heart Rate Is So Fast!
And I’ll Be Happy To Go Home
When All Is Well,
I think I was sort of becoming attached to being in the hospital, I mean, there I was, lucid, feeling good, I was even feeling fit and here, the St Helier Hospital staff were running around me, more or less serving me (and of course the other patients too) hand and foot…
…and providing me with an eclectic feast of stimulating conversation!
And it wasn’t as simple as just telling me to stay over because with such a fast Heart Rate they were concerned as to whether I might:
- Feel Faint
- Suddenly Collapse
- Pass Out
- Or Die On The Spot
So, the last thing to do was to check my urine, so come 20:20 (or 8:20pm for those of you who do not know the 24Hour Clock) (as the whole day had passed by now)) they gave me a 5 litre Plastic Natural Jerry Can as a urine sample container, to be used over the next 24Hours.
So, in a nutshell, I had been given a 5 litre Plastic Natural Jerry Can for me to wee into from 20:30 🕣 Wednesday the 8th of April 2020 until 20:30 🕣 on Thursday the 9th of April 2020.
To reiterate (just one more time) the 5 litre Plastic Natural Jerry Can was given to me by St Helier hospital where it was to be used as a 24 hour urine sample.
The reason I had to do this is because the doctors (especially the junior doctor) were perplexed as to why all of my Vital Signs were good bar my Heart Rate.
My Heart Rate readings were 120bpm where the average Heart Rate is 72bpm.
I guess my heart should be exploding from my chest and they were wondering why I was still standing!
They asked me if there was a history of heart disease which is the cause of:
- Chest Pain
- Shortness of Breath
- Coughing or Wheezing
- Swelling in the Legs, Ankles, or Feet
- Narrowed Blood Vessels
- Fast or Uneven Heartbeat (Palpitations)
Well, when I was admitted into hospital, I had all of the above (and I still have a Fast or Uneven Heartbeat (Palpitations)) but I do not have Swelling in the Legs, Ankles, or Feet and Narrowed Blood Vessels…
…I mean, you can see the veins in my arms from space and have you seen my ankles?
They are very small, where they had a good look at my legs, grunted here and there, as there was definitely no swelling but where they must of thought:
Look At The Size Of Those Ankles!!!”
And as for the 120bpm Heart Rate, I was trying to tell them in a roundabout way that my Heart Rate had always been like that – or that way – but today I could feel my Heart Beating in my chest and you could even see my pulse banging away when looking at the inside of my wrists.
And the veins in my arms were BULGING!!!
So they wanted to run that final urine test where I was able to take the 5 Litre Plastic Natural Jerry Can home to continue adding my urine samples until 20:30 🕣 on Thursday the 9th of April 2020.
So, it’s onwards and upwards…
…it’s time to go to the loo, no, I mean to the can and it’s one more night, in St Helier Hospital, alright?
But it also means, I may definitely be able to go home on the morrow – and – I was holding my breath…
…however not literally, as I was still Breathing very, very Deeply!
‘Then HE Told The Man,
“Hold Out Your Hand.”
He Held It Out And It Became Normal,
As Healthy As His Other Hand.’
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- Saving Lives
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GOD Bless you!
Wilson P Williams MSHAA, HAD