Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Nursing Care?!

Recently, I have discussed on Life with Lynnie (LwL) about how hard and busy life has been for me.  But, there is some things that have happened, that I haven't told you.

Even though I recently mentioned that I had surgery for an abscess and said that I am having medical treatment daily by a nurse, I was upset last week.

You see, on Thursday, December 1st, during the day, my normal nurse didn't come to give me the treatment I needed for the abscess I am healing from.  Instead, a different nurse showed up.

The nurse was a wound nurse.

Her job isn't to just treat me, for what I need done.  Her job is to also let Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) know what she believes needs to be done for me.

Just so you know, CCAC is the government group that provides home care for those who need medical care.

In the past, while receiving treatment after one (1) of the surgeries I had, I had this wound nurse come and examine me and treat me.  At that time, she recommended to CCAC that I not receive treatment daily.  Instead, every 2nd or 3rd day.

The result of what she ordered, caused me problems and my treatment was needed longer than what was expected.

Did I want this to happen, again?


I made it clear to the wound nurse that the surgeon in London, had told me I needed to have the medical care, every day... for several weeks.  And, I let her know I wasn't happy she had hurt me in the past, by changing my medical care times.

The wound nurse told me the decision wasn't hers.  But, I know that is not true. 

She basically lied.

How do I know this?  Another nurse confirmed it to me.  I won't say who it was, but it doesn't matter.  Just so you know, I know many nurses.

What mattered to me, was the fact that the wound nurse lied to me... even though she claimed to be Christian.

Was I upset by her lying to me?  Yes.

Would God be?  Yes, I believe so.

After all, God doesn't want us to lie.  It's sinful.

Just as we read, in Proverbs 12:22, "Lying lips are abomination to the Lord: but they that deal truly are his delight."

Yes, lying lips are upsetting to me.  But, to our Lord, lying lips are an abomination.  They that deal truly are His delight.

Believe me when I say I prayed for this woman, the wound nurse.

Plus, I prayed she wouldn't hurt me, again.  Just as I had told her I was expecting her to not do.

Unfortunately, she has taken steps to hurt me, again.  But, I'm trusting God to help me, and not her.

I won't say what she recommended, but it wasn't just changing the daily treatment time.

Please, pray for me.

Thank you, my friend.

May God bless you, for praying.

Until next time...

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