So my 15 days of Covid icu shift and my third covid rotation in this year and my 7th covid rotation since last year has ended.
I am left with bitter sweet feelings and lots of trauma. I can still hear icu sounds even when I am not there. It’s just… it has changed me as a person. Now I am a person with some mental health issues. I still see visuals or see random faces of patients or memories which make me tear but I guess this is something I’ll work on for next few months. I might still get placed on covid duties again in a week or so . Lets just hope for the best though. For what I have seen do far , there’s nothing that makes me surprised. Life is really unpredictable . If you are close to your loved ones just give them a hug. Because really health is wealth. When your in icu it doesn’t matter if you’re a millionaire you will still gasp the same as a poor man and everyone just goes in the same body bag.
Be grateful and appreciate those who love you.
Sigh. I miss my family so much to live far away from my parents and my brother his wife and son, Is a lot sometimes. But it’s okay.
I am glad I saved a lot of patients and saved some families while staying away from my own
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