Forum Post: I know of three women who died unexpectedly under mysterious circumstances in the PRIVATE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM.
Posted 10 months ago on June 5, 2014, 11:03 a.m. EST by TheUglyTruth
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All three women died within the same 12 month period. All three women were relatively young and relatively healthy but overweight. All three women took ill suddenly, went into the emergency room and died overnight. I personally knew one of them and had a long talk with the husband of another. Those two were both on multiple prescription drugs. Not for anything serious. Just the usual crap that most Americans over the age of 40, overweight Americans in particular are diagnosed with. One that I know of was on a pain killer for a minor back problem.
As far as I know, these women did NOT suffer heart attacks. So what killed them?
Perhaps, it was the same thing that almost killed my step-dad in one of the highest rated hospitals in the country, which by the way, means CRAP to me. My step-dad went into the emergency room in 2012 because of a pounding erratic heartbeat. There was no doubt in my mind that it was just the latest in a long line of prescription drug side-effects. I had already witnessed the effects and done the research. Unfortunately, I was the ONLY one to take that possibility seriously. My step-dad's heart beat was not stabilized until 4 days later.
So what the hell took so long?
I'll tell you what took so long. It took 4 days of screaming at my mother and those drug-pushing pigs at the 'high rated' hospital in order to convince them to do what should should have been done sooner. After all, the 'fast, slow, or irregular' heart beat side-effect was well documented.
After 4 days, they FINALLY took the side-effect possibility seriously and cut his meds. One or more of which, as I knew from day one, caused the erratic heartbeat to begin with.
Within 18 hours of the cut, my step-dads heartbeat was back to normal.
But that's not what almost killed him.
Those doctors could not leave well enough alone. You see, when doctors reluctantly cut prescription drugs at the request of a patient or loved one, they always look for some excuse to add one or more in order to keep that pharmaceutical money train rolling. This was two years ago and I do not recall what they added to his daily pharmaceutical cocktail on that occasion but I do remember that it caused a 'major' interaction with another prescription drug which he never should have been taking to begin with.
The 'major' interaction was potentially fatal. In fact, the two drugs (one of which I do not recall) should never have been taken together because according to the FDA, even by their corrupt standards, the risk of death outweighed the potential benefit (Potential benefit, that's a good one. After 12 years of witnessing the effects that prescription drugs have had on my step-dad, I can honestly say that I'm not aware of any benefit. In fact, he is taking less now, at 81 then he was 10 years ago and despite his age, he is doing BETTER ON LESS. A LOT BETTER.).
When my step-dads condition took another nose-dive right there in one of the highest rated hospitals in the country, I got his updated drug list, hit the web (again), and quickly found that potentially fatal drug interaction. Those drugs had been administered to him right there in the hospital.
So much for their high rating. It means CRAP.
I immediately called the hospital, spoke to a nurse and doctor, and hopefully, blew out their fxxxxxx eardrums screaming to them what they should have already known regarding that potentially fatal drug interaction. After all, it was well documented. I made another call to my mother.
The issue was addressed, the meds were cut and my step-dads condition improved drastically (again) within 18 hours of that cut.
This isn't the whole story. Not by a long shot. My step-dad is doing great now on only two prescription drugs (very low dose, less than prescribed, we cut pills) plus baby aspirin but I'm going to have to write a fxxxxxx novel to explain just how difficult and stressful it has been to get to this point.
In the meantime, those who cared for all three women who died unexpectedly in the hospital should demand every fxxxxxx document related to their 'treatment' and find out what the hell went on during their last few hours of life. In particular, WHAT the hell DRUGS they were on.
To be continued...