Update

After a second trip to another emergency room (as suggested by a kind doctor who made a house visit to see me),  it was discovered that my original diagnosis was inaccurate. I didn’t just break my ankle, I’ve broken 3 bones in my left leg. To make matters worse, the original hospital sent me home with the wrong cast. The cast they gave me did not provide the appropriate support, it was only causing me more pain.

I’d like to thank the kind folks at Bowmanville Hospital emergency room. They made it a priority to make me feel comfortable and they gave me the right cast. I’m hopeful that the pain will begin to subside.

Thank you all for all your love and support. I’m so grateful.

Cynthia

 

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42 responses to “Update

  1. Good heavens, girl. Hope at least they have you on pain killers – although I know they have their own problems. Butter tarts? When you are ready.

  2. Oh Cynthia, I’m so sorry to hear about your leg – wow, three breaks? Also sorry about the PTSD episode that preceded your injury. Glad you have all the family support and that you’re in a good hospital. Take care, and hope you heal as fast as possible. Will be thinking of you! 💖💕

  3. Oh my! Thoughts & prayers~

  4. Oh my gosh! I’m so sorry. You probably remember what I wrote about my son’s knee he broke into six pieces. I’m imagining what you’re experiencing. I can’t imagine.

  5. Wow Cynthia. I’m sorry to hear about your broken bones and PTSD. I hope you’re receiving lots of TLC from friends, family, and medical staff. Prayers…

  6. Oh Cynthia, what happened? This is just awful.

  7. avian101

    I’m so sorry to read about your compound leg fracture. I wish you a prompt recovery. ~ H.J.

  8. You are always in our thoughts and prayers, Cynthia. I am sorry to hear of the multiple breaks, but I am glad you are receiving wonderful care in a new hospital now.

  9. Oh, Cynthia. This is going to be a bit of a long haul, eh? Luckily you’re getting some great care and lots of prayers, including mine.

  10. Liz

    Cynthia, so sorry to hear how poorly you are – sending much love and hugs xxx

  11. Keeping you in my daily prayers Cynthia for a speedy recovery. Sending hugs and hoping they help. xoxoxoxo

  12. Hope you feel better soon! 🙂

  13. So even worse news! I am so pleased you are in a good hospital and you are being well cared for there. It will give Hamlyn and the rest of the family time to get over their shock. Prayers for you and yours form me xxxx

  14. Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Mend soon

  15. Oh my giddy aunt, Cynthia. I know you don’t like to do things by halves, but this is going a bit too far. Love and hugs. You may be a woman down, but we are all here to lift you up. And your dear family, too.

  16. Oh, Cynthia, I am so sorry to hear this – it sounds dreadful and must be a blow. Thinking of you, Kate x

  17. tony wong

    thinking of u and family…..we’re here for u.
    One Love
    tony

  18. Ann Moser

    Oh my goodness, how frustrating. Glad to hear you found your way into the great hands at Bowmanville ER. May the pain subside and be cast away with today’s grey skies. Take care Cynthia.

  19. Goodness that has been tough on you. Get well soon.

  20. Laurie Graves

    Yes, mend quickly. Sending good and healing thoughts to you from central Maine.

  21. Oh no, still sending you healing thoughts ❤

  22. Susan Glazier

    Oh my goodness, I am so sorry it’s worse, but I hope you heal fast.. and use what ever words you need to get through it!! Hopefully the pain will subside now… there is something to be said about seconds of anything, even a diagnosis. Take good care of yourself.

  23. Well, at least you are now being diagnosed and treated properly. Ay yi yi. Take heart and please feel better. Know that many loving and healing thoughts are being sent your way. 👩‍⚕️

  24. Poor you! At least there finally is a real chance of healing, Cynthia. All the best!

  25. My Dear Cynthia
    This is your BEAUTIFUL UNCLE EDDIE from LONDON, [ I have been to “Specsavers”] THE GLASS`S PEOPLE, and they are never WRONG.. I am sorry for your “Disruption in your daily living” the continuation of “SEVERE PAIN” I know you were always a “PAIN IN THE NECK” BUT NOW IT SEEMS IT HAS GONE TO YOUR HEAD, SHOULDERS, BACK, BELLY, BATTY, LEGS, AND NOW YOUR FEET, WELL FOOT. You are So
    Lucky you are in the good ole CANADA, Because if you were here in good ole ENGLAND, Thy would have had you PLASTERED, not only your foot, but also your HEAD, SHOULDERS. { SEE ABOVE } BUT not your Toes, so you can put on any colour VARNISH you like.
    I went to my Doctor today and asked him for some feet to sent to you, it cost me a small fortune, actually, Cynthia, it cost me a large “pension” fortune.
    The feet arrived today, and I was overjoyed, I was just about to send them, to you to see which one would “LIKE”, “to save more pain” then I thought to measure them, and guess what my dear, GOOD THING I CHECKED THEM, ONE WAS NOT A FOOT, IT WAS 11″. THE NEXT ONE WAS 8.5″ AND THE OTHER WAS OVER A FOOT, SO, I think you should keep what you have at the Moment, and if anything arrives, [your wise], I will contact.
    THIS IS, YOUR SO VERY HELPFUL UNCLE EDDIE, WHO YOU CAN ALWAYS RELY ON.
    MONDAYS TO SUNDAYS, EXCEPT TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS
    LOVINGLY
    EDD

  26. Good Lord! It doesn’t seem like getting basic quality care should be so hard. I’m glad you’re now on the mend!

  27. It’s a good thing you got the right cast put on quickly!
    My chest has forever stuck out like a drill sergeant’s because of the body cast they put me in when I fractured my spine. The correct cast is very important.

  28. I’m glad you’ve had a better cast put on, Cynthia. Hopefully now you will be able to recover with less pain.

  29. How does a doctor miss breaks?! This sounds awful–I hope the pain meds are helping.

  30. I’m please to hear that you’re finally getting the right care, Cynthia. Take care.

  31. Holy smokes I hope it eases up soon. Ouch. Thinking of you.

    Cheers

    MTM

  32. Sylvia

    Dearest Cynthia and Hamlin thinking of you. Sending you love. Thanks for letting us all know what is happening to you. Wish I could pop in just for a short while.

  33. Ravie que le personnel médical et paramédical aient été un soutien pour toi(c’est mon combat en tant qu’infirmière, aider les personnes hospitalisées à se sentir le mieux possible) Je pense à toi 😉

  34. So sorry Cynthia. I’m hoping for a speedy recovery. May you be back to 100% very soon! All best wishes.

  35. Hi Cynthia,

    I’m just catching up with your posts!! Oh my!! I’m so sorry to hear about all of this and hope that the pain has indeed subsided.

    Sending Reiki and love for you,

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  36. Oh no Cynthia! That sounds very painful! I hope you’re on the mend now!

  37. Dear Cynthia, I am so sorry to read your post, as well as painful this must be very frustrating and challenging for you and Hamlyn. I feel for you both. Sending positive vibes and a virtual hug, although, I wish it could be a real hug, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Best wishes, Julie. X

  38. Sorry to hear that. Hope you get well really soon. Hugs

  39. Gosh Cynthia .. so sorry to hear this! Thinking of you and send loads of love and get well wishes

  40. That’s discouraging that the first diagnosis was so far off and the treatment all wrong. Thank goodness you followed up and went to another hospital. I hope you’re feeling a little better.

  41. Margaret Mair

    Oh my, Cynthia. I, like others, came to catch up on your posts and found you hurt (but hopefully healing). Please take care of yourself as well as you can, body and spirit, and allow everyone else to take good care of you for just that little bit longer than you think you should. Thinking of you, and of Hamlin, and your loving family, and wishing you all well.

  42. Kev

    I’m so glad so many folks are sending positive thoughts and prayers your way, Cynthia.

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