A PA's Story

San Antonio, TX

As a patient I was not allowed any say in my care. My vitamins were confiscated. I was denied food and water. I was denied usual hygiene.

The mental trauma was the hardest. I believe I developed PTSD from the experience.

They Kept Me Near Death

“I found myself sitting alone with a broken gown filthy covered in urine and feces no shower or even bed bath or wet towel to wash my face for almost four weeks.”

I’m a PA with 30 years practice experience. I did not get vaccinated because there was a good chance I caught Covid early and because I have autoimmune diseases that made me concerned about the MRNA vaccines.


My experience was a nightmare. I was only really sick from the Covid my first several days of my 5 week hospital stay. I developed a GI bleed which I had to beg for a HCT to be done from some intern. Then down five quarts, they give me one because some study last year. They kept me near death anemic. Then they cut off water by mouth and IV. That’s when I went down hill. Then I had to call the patient advocate to file a complaint that they stopped giving me any fluids. That at least got me one cup of broth three times a day for several days. I asked the GI docs why I couldn’t eat and drink and they didn’t know why. They wouldn’t let me walk. I would walk anyway, in place when I could.


I was allowed no visitors. Only a nurse three minutes in morning and evening and a doc once a day for two minutes. Half the nurses made it clear I was despised because of my vaccine status. One was especially cruel. I was given Resdemivir and nebulized albuterol, but was denied nebulized Symbicort even though I was on Symbicort inhaler. For the first time in my life I saw 5G on my phone. Not sure what that was but many people died around me that day. I was given contrast IVs without hydration. After three weeks when my quarantine was over I was moved out of isolation. Couldn’t even get last rights while there. Then I found myself sitting alone with a broken gown filthy covered in urine and feces no shower or even bed bath or wet towel to wash my face for almost four weeks. I would only text my wife and kid because I didn’t want them to see me that way. I didn’t FaceTime until about week four when two kind nurses helped me clean up.


Nazi Trained Doctors


While on Remdesivir, my kidney function and LFTs raised and they told me it was the virus. When I first got admitted the first thing they did was try to get me to sign a DNR. I refused fortunately then while there I would hear the nurse say so and so needed some medication but no rush he was DNR. A few people were helpful which made a difference. To hell with “Critical Care” docs who push the protocols and decide who should get what based on the person's value. (Of course their specialty was started by a Nazi trained doctor -Google it). As a patient I was not allowed any say in my care. My vitamins were confiscated. I was denied food and water. I was denied usual hygiene. I was told my black stools were normal for Covid patients. I was given experimental medication. I was denied ambulation that was almost always standard of care and developed dvt in my picc line and a PE. I still don’t know why my abdomen swelled. I thought it was ascites but it wasn’t. The mental trauma was the hardest. I believe I developed PTSD from the experience. I kept EWTN on the TV or my phone 24 hours a day and clutched a picture of Jesus and a rosary. I’m sure some of the staff laughed at that but Jesus saved me.

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