A blog all about raising awareness for Women with Bleeding disorders.
I am a severe factor 5 Hemophiliac living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and this is a blog about my life!
Hmm ... I do not think the problem is with the number of dollars being spend on health care. The problem is with lack of the required focus on health care.The situation is same everywhere. We all can pray. Wish our healthcare was of more priority to our governments than stock exchanges :)Wish you speeeeeeeedy recovery.
Yeah maybe it's not money, maybe people just don't care. But I've been to hospitals all across canada and it's the same.They also have no clue about Hemophilia which I find fustrating! Thank you for reading and sharing your wisdom!
Guess you needed stronger pain meds. Last time I had a transfusion all I did was sleep, and my "suitemate" was a 70+ year old recovering from a heart attack who did nothing but complain for three days.As much as some of my American compatriots hold up Canada's health care system as something for the US to aspire to, sounds like those of us actually using the system are treated about the same in both countries. Sorry to hear about your bad weekend. Get better!
Thanks so much for reading and writing! I guess the hospital is not a great place anywhere! I am so happy it's free but i feel their could be improvements for sure! I am feeling a lot better all ready! thank you!Ryanne xoox
You're absolutely right, the hospital in general for Hemophiliacs anywhere isn't exactly a great experience. Sad to say I have encountered doctors/nurses/hospital staff that know very little about Hemophilia...and this has been in New York. There's always room for improvement.Glad you're feeling better!
Thank you Jonathan! You are awesome! Yes there if definaty room for improvement everywhere! Hope you are healthy!
glad you are back home, and I hope that leg heals well! No rebleeds, please.