Mom's one year anniversary is vastly approaching and I've been crying past 2 days. I remember this time last year she was still very much alive and a family function. Then days later, pains in her stomache and rushed into surgery for a bowel obstruction and hernia. So they send her home, 36 hours later after major surgery, and a week later, gets an infection (sepsis) which they apparently didn't pick up. So, mom's at the hospital for 2 days, doctors doing nothing, just letter my mom die. She developed an pneaumonia, went into cardiac arrest, was stabilized but the sepsis, which no one said she had at the time began to destroy all her organs and she died. Why? Somemone please tell me why, I'm just supposed to accept this and believe it was just her time and move on, because I can't. Those doctors did this to her. Can anyone here say based on reading this, that my mom received the care she should have, but it was just her time? I just cannot accept what was done to my poor mother, only 65 years old with more life to be lived.
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