I had to go to the hospital TWICE and miss out on going to work THREE days in a row this week due to a Kidney & Bladder Infection.
My sister Sammie had to take me to the ER yesterday, because it was only getting worse. They gave me IV fluids and some heavy duty narcotics through my IV and stronger antibiotics. Which by the way, really, REALLY worked! I was already completely loopy and "stoned" from how my nurse described me! Haha she was an amazing and very hilarious lady. I was lucky to have her and I couldn't have asked for a better nurse to take care of me!
Anyway, some more doctors came in and told me they thought I had Kidney Stones and did a CT Scan on me. After a while a new doctor came in and told me the results of my scan. (Which BTW~ No Kidney Stones, YESH!) But then he had some other news for me about the scan and was super excited to inform me that I have...
SITUS INVERSUS TOTALIS.
In case you guys do not know what that is, it's a more than rare condition where a person's internal organs (Including the heart) are all on the opposite side of the body. Basically you would be looking at a mirrored image of your internal organs just by me standing in front of you. It occurs in less than 1 in 10,000 people. It does not cause any medical problems in most people, but the doctors and nurses highly recommended I get a medic-alert bracelet or necklace. In case of a heart attack or if I'm in need of surgery, the paramedics or who ever knows how to take care of me with this condition. I am still looking out for a place around my location to get a medic-alert bracelet and get it engraved.
I never knew or heard of this until the doctors and nurses told me and also suggested I research more about this, which I have been NONSTOP. The reason I never knew I had (SIT) was because I hardly EVER get sick and this was my very first x-ray in my whole life. I am personally really happy now I know and am super excited because of my unique condition. I feel very special because of it and am FAR from ashamed, I have no reason to be at all! Haha actually by the time I was able to go home, one of the doctors came up, bowed down to me and said, "Get well soon special one!"
I was very eager and wanted to share a new personal fact about myself, feel like you all should know too.
Welp, I hope all of you are doing more than well in life. Take care everyone! ~ ~Mo3