I just want to know WHY?? When you go to the hospital after a suicide attempt and you are COMPLETELY coherent, not dazed or foggy at all. They still think you have no rights. In November I was in the ER and was totally with it, and they asked for me to drink the charcoal (I had overdosed on sleeping meds) and I for the first time refused, since I know how this affects my body. They asked once again and I explained I wasnt drinking it and 4 staff members held me down painfully, shoved a tube down my throat again painfully and forced the charcoal down my throat. I was of course now fighting after being calm and cooperative the entire time. When do you lose your rights in the ER??? Should I not have the choice when I want to die or live. I know they help cause someone brought you there or the ambulance was called. But when you are totally cooperative, coherent and aware of what is going on, shouldnt you have some rights back??
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