Dear ones, I am once again in emergency for the third time. It is amazing to observe the nursing staff and to see them smiling and being so pleasant. I was diagnosed with pleural effusion. It happened after my gall bladder surgery, and it is very painful.
I had excruciating pain and was therefore back in the emergency. Well, the fluid had to be drained. In the next cubicle was a Muslim gentleman and he was in distress. He was shouting Allahs, name repeatedly. I was silently chanting while the procedure was being done.
After it was over, I thought to myself that this could only happen in India. No body complained. They understood his pain.
Aim Hrim Klim